Adompretur highlights the work of great women in tourism in the DR

Yenny Polanco Lovera, president of Adompretur highlighted that these twelve Dominican women were selected by the board of directors for their outstanding trajectory at the national and international level, as well as for the transcendence of the work they have developed in favor of the tourism industry from their different positions.

The list is headed by Mónika Infante, executive director of Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (Aerodom); Jacqueline Mora, technical vice-minister of Tourism; Fabeth Martínez, executive director of the Santo Domingo Hotel Association (AHSD) and the Santo Domingo Tourism Cluster (CTSD); Amelia Reyes Mora, president of AF Comunicación Estratégica and vice president of the Dominican Association of Health Tourism (ADTS); Cesarina Beauchamp, commercial director of Sky High Dominicana; Haydée Kuret, founder of the Puntacana Group.

Adompretur also recognizes Sabrina Brugal, president and general producer of the program Sabrina en Fin de Semana, which has 34 years of uninterrupted transmission; Raysa Féliz, manager of Institutional Relations and Communication at Lopesan Costa Bávaro Resort, Spa y Casino; Magaly Toribio, marketing consultant, who has implemented successful tourism promotion strategies for the Dominican destination in international markets; Maribel Pichardo, director of the Escuela Técnica Hotelera Serranía in Jarabacoa; Mileyka Brugal, director of Marketing & Sales Hotel Blue JackTar and president of the Board of Directors of the Puerto Plata Chamber of Commerce; and Ana García-Sotoca Pascual, executive director of the Hotel Association La Romana – Bayahibe.

“For the 2023-2025 board of directors it is a great honor to present on our platforms this very special selection of women who day after day -from their different spaces-, contribute to the development and dynamism of the main industry of the RD, tourism”, said Polanco Lovera.

He stressed that “Adompretur congratulates these great women, not only for the work they do every day, but also because they have managed to break with those stereotypes that we women carry in all professional areas”.

He also indicated that “with this well-deserved distinction we value their successful careers and the fact that their contributions are a great example to follow for present and future generations of Dominicans who will follow in their footsteps in tourism.

Source: Arecoa.com

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