CTM’s Karen McGilvray has been awarded The Association of Travel Management Companies’ Young Executive of the Year award, the third consecutive year that a CTM team member has been recognised by the industry for their exceptional contribution.
Ms McGilvray, CTM’s Regional Client Value Manager Queensland, was recognised for her work with the government sector. Ms McGilvray not only provided critical client support during disasters such as Cyclone Ita, but also worked to increase travel policy adoption and compliance control, enhance visibility through tailored reporting and optimise savings opportunities.
Ms McGilvray will travel to the ACTE Global Convention in Atlanta next month and present her winning submission to an upcoming ATMC luncheon.
“I find it exciting to work with clients with challenging goals because our technology can really help them do things with their travel account that they haven’t been able to achieve elsewhere,” Ms McGilvray said.
“My submission to these awards was about demonstrating CTM’s ability to deliver the client with greater control of their account as well as the information they needed to identify savings on an individual and group level. We were able to deliver these outcomes through a combination of innovative and flexible service solutions combined with locally developed CTM SMART technologies.”
CTM’s CEO ANZ, Laura Ruffles said “We are extremely proud of Karen and her achievement in winning this valued award. We continually receive exceptional feedback about her work from clients and colleagues alike, and this industry acknowledgement is testament to her excellent work ethic in going above and beyond.”