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As we look ahead to the start of our recovery in 2021, membership at U.S. Travel is evolving to meet the changing needs of this industry. To ensure we are meeting the needs of the entire travel ecosystem as we face an entirely new chapter, we have re-imagined our membership structure and offering by adding membership levels, benefits and flexible price points to enable every travel business that wants an active role in our industry’s recovery, a path to get there. In 2021, we are rolling out a new membership and dues structure with more options that grant access to an enhanced suite of exclusive resources and offerings. In this webinar, Roger Dow, President and CEO, U.S. Travel and the U.S. Travel leadership team walk through these changes and detail the positive impacts to your organization. Recording content starts at 0:25. 

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Angie Briggs is vice president of industry relations for the U.S. Travel Association. She is focused on engagement and growth across all member levels of the association. Briggs is a frequent traveler, spending time in-market collaborating with U.S. Travel’s national membership. View Profile ›
Roger Dow is president and CEO of U.S. Travel Association, the Washington, D.C.-based organization representing all segments of travel in America. U.S. Travel’s mission is to increase travel to and within the United States. View Profile ›
Nan Marchand Beauvois is U.S. Travel Association’s senior vice president of membership and industry relations, overseeing the National Council of State Tourism Directors, the National Council of Attractions and Experiences, the Destinations Council and the Meetings Mean Business Coalition. She is also general manager for U.S. Travel’s Educational Seminar for Tourism Organizations (ESTO). View Profile ›
In his current role, Malcolm Smith is responsible for overseeing U.S. Travel Association’s business development activities, which include strategic partnerships, premier membership, sponsorships and advertising sales. Additionally, in 2011, Smith assumed the role of general manager of IPW, the premier international inbound trade show for the United States. View Profile ›
Tori Emerson Barnes is Executive Vice President, Public Affairs and Policy, at the U.S. Travel Association, the leading voice for all segments of the U.S. travel and tourism industry. Barnes directs the association's government and political affairs, external and industry communications, marketing and research teams. View Profile ›



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