Jamie Faulkner Mageau is the director of research products for the U.S. Travel Association, where she develops research products to communicate the importance and impact of the travel industry. She also provides tools and research to assist state and destination tourism organizations in their marketing efforts, and to communicate the value of the travel industry to travel and policy maker stakeholders.

Prior to joining U.S. Travel in April 2012, Faulkner Mageau was a program analyst at the U.S. Census Bureau, where she developed an outreach campaign targeting five million U.S. businesses to increase awareness and communicate the importance of the Economic Census.

Faulkner Mageau also has experience as an account manager and analyst for private sector market research firms, where she developed customer satisfaction and loyalty research for Fortune 500 clients. She is also a member of the Travel and Tourism Research Association board.

Faulkner Mageau received her undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University, and an MBA from George Washington University in marketing and tourism. As a native of Philadelphia, the Phillies, cheesesteaks and water ice are near and dear to her heart.

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By Jamie Faulkner Mageau
Travel Exports October 2018

Research Round Up: Overall Trade Deficit Widens, Travel Helps Narrow the Gap

November 30, 2018

Here are some of November 2018’s most compelling findings from the U.S. Travel research team. 

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International Search September 2018

Research Round Up: Revised NTTO Data Shows Slight Improvement

October 10, 2018

Here are some of September 2018’s most compelling findings from the U.S. Travel research team. 

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Rolling suitcase

U.S. Travel Calculates Lost Jobs, Revenue as a Result of Diminished Market Share

October 04, 2018

U.S. Travel calculates that between 2015 and 2017, the U.S. saw its share of the global long-haul travel market drop from 13.8 percent to 12.2 percent. 

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September 25, 2018

The U.S. Travel Association recently released a number of new tools to help its members and the industry navigate current challenges and communicate travel’s far-reaching impact on the U.S. economy, American jobs and local communities across the country.

August 09, 2018
Air Passengers

Here are some of July 2018’s most compelling findings from the U.S. Travel research team.

July 12, 2018

Each month, the U.S. Travel Association sends its members the U.S. Travel Outlook , which provides insight into the current state of the economy and related industry trends, plus other relevant data from the travel and tourism sector. Here are some of June 2018’s most compelling findings from the U.S. Travel research team.

May 01, 2018
Lodging April 2018

Here are some of April 2018’s most compelling findings from the U.S. Travel research team.

March 29, 2018

Here are some of March 2018’s most compelling findings from the U.S. Travel research team.

March 26, 2018
Boy taking photo out of car

The U.S. Travel Association recently released its Domestic Travel Market Report, 2017 edition to members. Here’s a taste of what’s inside our annual assessment of the trends driving domestic travel in America.