Greeley Koch will resign from his role as global executive director of Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE), effective March 22. Koch has served in the role since 2012 and has helped in driving ACTE to becoming a research-driven organisation.
“Of all the things this association has accomplished, I am proudest that ACTE has made business travel personal and put a face on our global membership,” said Koch.
ACTE is actively searching for its next executive director, with its executive committee leading the search process for Koch’s successor. Key recent hires within the association have included Fitzgerald Draper as research director and Victoria Priola as senior director of global business development, both of whom play roles in enhancing ACTE’s ability to connect travel buyers and suppliers through in-person dialogue and research.