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Page 52 • MICEBTN - MARCH- MAY 2017 Marita Nosic has been ap- pointed membership and events manager for Cruise Lines In- ternational Association (CLIA) Australasia. Nosic will be responsible for trade membership growth and engagement as well as event de- velopment and CLIA’s Executive Partner program. # Shaun D’Cruz has been appointed executive general manager of Crown Hotels Melbourne with responsibility for Crown Towers Melbourne and Crown Metropol Melbourne. D’Cruz previously was gen- eral manager Crown Towers Melbourne and began his career there as front office supervisor. In 2011, D’Cruz relocated to Perth to oversee the rebrand- ing of the Crown Metropol and Crown Promenade properties before returning to Victoria. # Ashley Campbell has com- menced her new role as Con- ference and Events manager, following six months of training with Dorothy Collis. Campbell has been with the James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor since 2013, starting her career in front office before transitioning to event management. The James Cook Hotel has ap- pointed Jemima Geach business development manager of the New Zealand Hotel Grand Chancello. She also is responsible for the cor- porate and government accommo- dation accounts for the Wellington Hotel. She has extensive client relationship experience gained in the banking sector. # Former French president Nico- las Sarkozy has joined the board of Accorhotels as the international company gears up to introduce an International Strategy Committee, which he will chair. The Committee will focus on the development of AccorHo- tels’ network and brand portfolio throughout the world, as well as the promotion of French tourism. Sarkozy replaces director Nadra Moussalem at least for the re- mainder of Moussalem’s term, which expires at the Shareholders meeting convened to approve the financial statements for 2018. # Mark Kelleher will take over leadership of Australia’s Business Events Tasmania when current chair Malcolm Wells steps down at the end of March after three and a half years in the role. Wells said Kelleher was a re- spected industry leader who would draw on his extensive experience in international business, invest- people on the move people on the move Stacy Cox Marita Nosic Jemima Geach Ashley Campbell Gillian Millar Nosic takes on CLIA role ment and trade, tourism, and corporate governance and stake- holder management. Kelleher has held his current position of deputy ceo/secretary, Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Co-Operative Research Centre since October 2014, and before that was secretary/ceo, Tasmanian Department of Economic Devel- opment, Tourism and the Arts for five years. # Gillian Millar has been promot- ed to Auckland-based senior vice president, New Zealand, Fiji and French Polynesia for AccorHotels, effective 01 April 2017. Millar will replace Chris Sedg- wick, who is leaving the company. Early in her career, Millar worked for AccorHotels’ Darling Harbour hotels in Sydney and Sofitel Mel- bourne, re-joining AccorHotels in 2012 following its merger with Mir- vac Hotels and becoming regional general manager Victoria, Tasma- nia, South Australia. She was subsequently appointed general manager, The Sebel and Citigate Albert Park Melbourne (now Pullman and Mercure Albert Park). Following a number of gen- eral manager appointments and an area general manager role in Melbourne, in April 2015 Millar was appointed to her current role of vice president operations Western Australia.