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Added duties for Ljoen, Reno, Rognoni in Carnival changes

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From left, Lars Ljoen, Sarah Beth Reno and Domenico Rognoni
COO Neil Palomba's upcoming exit from Carnival Cruise Line at end November triggered some reorganization, changes and promotions.

Lars Ljoen will take on an expanded role as EVP shipboard operations, adding guest and hotel functions to his reponsibility. 

Sarah Beth Reno promoted

Reporting to Ljoen are Richard Morse, SVP food and beverage, along with Sarah Beth Reno, promoted to SVP guest operations. In addition to her existing responsibilities leading guest services, guest port operations and hotel directors, Reno will add entertainment, housekeeping and onboard revenue operations.

Clarisa Stollenwerk moves up

Clarisa Stollenwerk was promoted to VP and will lead shipboard guest services and guest port services, under Reno.

Expanded role for Domenico Rognoni

Domenico Rognoni will expand his role as SVP marine operations, consolidating management of the shipboard deck organization. Rognoni's team will now include nautical operations, led by Gaetano Gigliotti, and security, led by Arturo Loynaz. Rognoni will continue to oversee shipboard compliance, which will be led by Benton Lobo, promoted to VP compliance.

Jeremy Schiller will move back to the finance organization but retain his current responsibilities for the onboard revenue concessionaires and onboard finance teams.

Ben Clement now reporting to Christine Duffy

Ben Clement, SVP newbuilds and refurbishments, will now report directly to Carnival President Christine Duffy.

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