Skal International names new board members for India

Industry veteran Sanjiv Mehra new President
2024-07-08
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/ New Delhi
Skal International names new board members for India
Skal International names new board members for India

Skal International India has 1,200 members across 17 chapters

Skal International has named new board members for India, headed by newly appointed President Sanjiv Mehra, who will serve from 2024 to 2026.
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Skal International, a global organisation of tourism leaders from around the world, has announced the list of its newly elected board members for India. 

According to a press statement by Skal, this team is made up of veteran industry leaders who bring with them a wealth of experience to advancing the tourism industry and the aims of the Skal  fraternity in India. They will serve from 2024 to 2026.

The statement adds that the newly elected board members include: 

President: Sanjeev Mehra  

Vice President 1: Venkat Reddy  

Vice President 2: Krishna Gopalan 

Secretary: Rohit Hangal  

Treasurer: Monik Dharamshi 

Director PR: Shalini Khanna Charles  

Director Young SKAL: Raj Gopalan Iyer 

Senior Auditor: M Varadaraj Prabhu 

Junior Auditor: Sheri Kurian

Sanjeev Mehra

Sanjeev Mehra

The  statement adds that the newly elected President of Skal International India and Founder and Director of Aaryan Leisure and Holidays, Sanjeev Mehra, expressed enthusiasm about the new team.

“I am honoured to  lead such a distinguished group of professionals. This election marks a  new chapter for Skal International India. I am excited to work alongside  my fellow board members to support our members, expand our network,  and advocate for the interests of the tourism community,” says Mehra. 

According to the statement, Skal International India has 1,200 members across 17 chapters and  remains dedicated to its mission of uniting all branches of the travel and  tourism industry. 

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