Signature Hires Three for Preferred Partnership Department

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Signature Travel Network has appointed three new individuals for its Preferred Partnership department: Janet Anderson as director, cruise partnerships; Jill Sabila as data analysis manager; and Jordin Greene as vice president, hotel partnerships. Each person will report to Phil Cappelli, senior vice president of Preferred Partnerships.

Anderson has worked in prominent positions with cruise and land/tour suppliers. She has been a contributor with Princess and Windstar in cruise and most recently with Tauck and Insight Vacations in the land/guided space. She is familiar with Signature since she has been involved with many of these preferred partners.

Sabila’s family’s agency just celebrated 10 years with Signature. She was previously involved with Bell Labs and the MIT Media Lab, and discovered her dedication to “big data” while working at America Online. In 1999, she moved to Colorado to work in agile project management and capacity-planning systems. 

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Greene joins Signature from American Express Travel & Lifestyle Services, where she spent eight years on the strategic partnerships and marketing team. She held prominent positions leading product management and supplier strategy for their Premium Lodging Programs, and most recently led their global industry relations, to deliver key trade partnerships and industry events for travel consultants and preferred suppliers. Before getting involved in American Express, Greene worked in restaurant development as director of marketing for Todd English Enterprises.

Anderson and Sabila joined Signature in June; Greene will officially start next month.

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