The 2023 Women In Travel Power List has arrived!

The 2023 Women In Travel Power List has arrived!
Edited by Travel Weekly

    Stop what you’re doing right now because we have arrived with the Women In Travel Awards Power List! Find out all you need to know about the ladies at the top of the industry HERE.

    This list came together after widespread consideration of the industry and contains the 20 most powerful women in travel. This list is not one to be missed!

    Find the names of this year’s list below! To find out more about those on the list, click HERE.

    20 – Debra Fox, Managing Director, Abercrombie & Kent

    19 – Sarah Clark, CEO, Tourism Tasmania

    18 – Penny Spencer, Managing Director, Spencer Travel

    17 – Kara Glamore, Vice President Australia, Carnival Cruise Line

    16 – Karen Merricks, Co-Managing Director and Owner, MTA – Mobile Travel Agents

    15 – Julie King, Founder and CEO, Julie King & Associates

    14 – Kathryn O’Brien, General Manager – Australia, Air New Zealand

    13 – Leanne Harwood, SVP Managing Director JAPAC, IHG Hotels and Resorts

    12 – Lisa Pile, Vice President and General Manager, Regent Seven Seas Cruises

    11 – Sarina Bratton, Chairman Asia Pacific and Special Advisor to Executive, Ponant

    10 – Louise Laing, General Manager Marketing ANZ, Intrepid

    9- Kaylene Shuttlewood, Managing Director, Travel Sellers, Pacific, Amadeus

    8 – Rachael Hodges, General Manager, Mossman Gorge Cultural Centre

    7 – Phillipa Harrison, Managing Director, Tourism Australia

    6 – Stephanie Tully,  CEO, Jetstar Group

    5 – Gai Tyrrell, Managing Director Australasia, Globus family of brands

    4 – Jayne Hrdlicka, CEO, Virgin Australia

    3 – Vanessa Hudson, CEO, Qantas Group

    2 – Lorie Argus, CEO, Melbourne Airport

    1 – Wendy Wu, Founder, Wendy Wu Tours

    Big thanks to all of our incredible sponsors for making this event possible!

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