Kerry Golds departs Abercrombie & Kent

Abercrombie & Kent global chief tour operating officer Kerry Golds is set to step down after a decade, the luxury operator confirmed today.

Golds originally joined the company as its UK managing director in 2013. Her role evolved over the past 10 years, with her most recently having responsibility for the commercial success of the offices in the UK, Australia and the US.

Details of when she is leaving have not been revealed.

A&K founder and chairman emeritus Geoffrey Kent said: “Kerry Golds’ departure from A&K marks the culmination of over a decade of unwavering commitment and exceptional contributions. Her tireless dedication to our guests and inspiring leadership has left an indelible impact on our company. We are profoundly grateful for Kerry’s invaluable service and extend our heartfelt wishes for her continued success in future endeavours.”

Executive chairman Manfredi Lefebvre added: “Kerry’s professionalism and expertise have played a pivotal role in making A&K what it is today.

“She leaves A&K Travel Group in its strongest ever position, with numerous worldwide openings and developments on the horizon.

“We wholeheartedly express our sincere appreciation for Kerry’s work and wish her continued success in the future.”

Prior to working at A&K, Golds worked for Western & Oriental and Travel 2. She spent 20 years working at the latter and was a main board member.

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