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David Rosenberg to lead IAAPA in 2019
POSTED 23 Dec 2016 . BY Tom Anstey
David Rosenberg, vice president of Monterey Bay Aquarium, will take the helm at IAAPA in 2019 after being elected by the attractions body to act as its chair.

Rosenberg, who will serve as second and first vice chair of IAAPA in 2017 and 2018, before becoming chair in November 2019, began his career at Walt Disney World where he held positions in both human resources and operations management. He then spent more than 11 years working for Hyatt Hotels and was an executive for many leading properties in the US.

Rosenberg returned to the attractions industry joining Monterey Bay in 2007, holding roles as general manager and director of guest experience, before being appointed vice president in April 2016.

He takes up the position in in accordance with IAAPA's governance guidelines following the death of Al Weber Jr, who had been elected to the position in September.

"I'm humbled to be selected to help lead our global association during this exciting time for the worldwide attractions industry," said Rosenberg. "In the next few years IAAPA will establish its new headquarters office in Orlando as we begin to plan for the next 100 years of the association. I look forward to playing a leadership role in shaping that future."
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David Rosenberg to lead IAAPA in 2019
POSTED 23 Dec 2016 . BY Tom Anstey
David Rosenberg, vice president of Monterey Bay Aquarium, will take the helm at IAAPA in 2019 after being elected by the attractions body to act as its chair.

Rosenberg, who will serve as second and first vice chair of IAAPA in 2017 and 2018, before becoming chair in November 2019, began his career at Walt Disney World where he held positions in both human resources and operations management. He then spent more than 11 years working for Hyatt Hotels and was an executive for many leading properties in the US.

Rosenberg returned to the attractions industry joining Monterey Bay in 2007, holding roles as general manager and director of guest experience, before being appointed vice president in April 2016.

He takes up the position in in accordance with IAAPA's governance guidelines following the death of Al Weber Jr, who had been elected to the position in September.

"I'm humbled to be selected to help lead our global association during this exciting time for the worldwide attractions industry," said Rosenberg. "In the next few years IAAPA will establish its new headquarters office in Orlando as we begin to plan for the next 100 years of the association. I look forward to playing a leadership role in shaping that future."
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New IAAPA chair, Greg Hale, has outlined the organisation’s plans for the year ahead, following on from his predecessor with the same key message – that the industry must stand for safety at all times as a top priority.
IAAPA striving to be premiere research resource for attractions industry, says Noland


IAAPA president and CEO Paul Noland has said he wants the body to become the 'premiere go-to resource' for people seeking statistical data and information on the attractions sector.
IAAPA chair-elect Al Weber Jr dies at 64


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David Rosenberg to lead IAAPA in 2019
POSTED 23 Dec 2016 . BY Tom Anstey
David Rosenberg, vice president of Monterey Bay Aquarium, will take the helm at IAAPA in 2019 after being elected by the attractions body to act as its chair.

Rosenberg, who will serve as second and first vice chair of IAAPA in 2017 and 2018, before becoming chair in November 2019, began his career at Walt Disney World where he held positions in both human resources and operations management. He then spent more than 11 years working for Hyatt Hotels and was an executive for many leading properties in the US.

Rosenberg returned to the attractions industry joining Monterey Bay in 2007, holding roles as general manager and director of guest experience, before being appointed vice president in April 2016.

He takes up the position in in accordance with IAAPA's governance guidelines following the death of Al Weber Jr, who had been elected to the position in September.

"I'm humbled to be selected to help lead our global association during this exciting time for the worldwide attractions industry," said Rosenberg. "In the next few years IAAPA will establish its new headquarters office in Orlando as we begin to plan for the next 100 years of the association. I look forward to playing a leadership role in shaping that future."
RELATED STORIES
IAAPA chair Hale highlights safety as body's top priority


New IAAPA chair, Greg Hale, has outlined the organisation’s plans for the year ahead, following on from his predecessor with the same key message – that the industry must stand for safety at all times as a top priority.
IAAPA striving to be premiere research resource for attractions industry, says Noland


IAAPA president and CEO Paul Noland has said he wants the body to become the 'premiere go-to resource' for people seeking statistical data and information on the attractions sector.
IAAPA chair-elect Al Weber Jr dies at 64


Alexander “Al” Weber Jr, founder and CEO of Apex Parks Group, has died aged 64.
 


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