ACVB Announces Two New Managerial Roles

Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) announces a new role for Megan Wilkinson as manager, convention services and the promotion of Joseph Henry as manager, technology.

In her new role, Wilkinson will work closely with ACVB member companies to source suppliers for customer needs and collaborate with ACVB marketing and public relations departments to provide destination marketing materials to the meeting planners, supporting convention attendance building. She will manage bookings for groups with a minimum of 250 hotel room nights on peak to major citywide accounts. Wilkinson began her career with ACVB in 2016 as administrative assistant, trade show sales and was promoted to manager, sales in 2017.

As manager, technology, Henry is responsible for monitoring ACVB’s local area network (LAN) while providing technical support to ensure equipment and facilities are operating at maximum efficiency. He joined the organization in 2014 as specialist, technology, playing an essential part in the organization’s technological advancement, onboarding new staff members into the internal system and assuring continued availability of resources during ACVB’s recent office renovation.

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NewsroomBOB SOMERS Chair of the Board of DirectorsAtlanta Convention & Visitors BureauSenior vice president of global sales, Delta Air Lines WILLIAM PATE President and CEO GREGORY NEGAS PIERCE Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer/Chief Financial Officer MARK VAUGHAN Executive Vice President and Chief Sales Officer ANDREW WILSON Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer PHOLETA ALEXANDER Vice President, Technology and Facilities SHERETHA BELL Vice President, Brand KRISTIN DELAHUNT Vice President, Convention Services CHARLENE LOPEZ Vice President, Sales CYNTHIA MOKOTOFF Vice President, Human Resources

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