Inntel has appointed three new Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) to its Board of Directors – Laura Janner-Klausner, a British rabbi and inclusion and development coach; Ian Blackie, EMEA Travel Manager at Bloomberg, and Julian Walker, previously Chief Communications Officer at CWT.
Janner-Klausner has been serving as Rabbi at Bromley Reform Synagogue in south-east London since April 2022.
She served as Rabbi at Alyth Synagogue until 2011 and the inaugural Senior Rabbi to Reform Judaism from 2011 until 2020. Janner-Klausner regularly contributes to BBC Radio 4’s Thought for the Day and BBC Radio 2’s Pause for Thought, as well as BBC One’s The Big Question and Sunday Morning Live.
Blackie has 28 years of experience within the travel industry, holding senior commercial roles across the airline and business travel sectors in both European- and Middle Eastern-based roles. He was awarded ITM’s Best Travel Manager 2020 award.
Walker has operated at board level for over 30 years, creating multi-award-winning campaigns, environmental programmes and strategic business initiatives. He has worked with TMCs, GDSs, airlines, tour operators, fintech innovators and event management companies.
Douglas O’Neill, CEO of Inntel, said: “I am excited to welcome Laura, Ian and Julian to the Non-Executive Director Board of Inntel. Each brings a unique talent that has been honed over many years. It is excellent that they are all willing to share their knowledge, integrate into the business, and support its strategic growth. It will be a pleasure working with Laura, Ian and Julian.”