Virgin Voyages sales chief Stacy Shaw has left

Stacy Shaw is pictured with CEO Tom McAlpin at one of Virgin Voyages' media events in New York PHOTO: Anne Kalosh

Stacy Shaw, VP sales and business development, has left Virgin Voyages.

She had been with the line since June 2017, overseeing sales functions and establishing relationships with the travel advisor community.

Appreciation for her contributions

‘We wish Stacy bon voyage and are grateful to her for the time and energy that she has put into helping build our brand and business,’ said Tom McAlpin, president and CEO, Virgin Voyages.

Shaw reported to Nathan Rosenberg, chief marketing officer and SVP brand.

A successor has not been named.

Veteran cruise figure

Shaw had joined Virgin Voyages after 11 years at Royal Caribbean, where her most recent role was associate VP sales & business development. Earlier cruise jobs included business development manager at Carnival Cruise Line and director of on-board revenue and shore excursion sales at Renaissance Cruises.


Posted 23 August 2019

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