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Neil Palomba (left) and Gus Antorcha (Photos: Carnival Corp)

Carnival Makes Leadership Changes at HAL, Costa

, Antorcha served as Carnival Cruise Line's executive vice president, guest services, responsible for onboard operations, and senior vice president, guest commerce. He previously served as a partner and managing director for Boston Consulting Group.Reporting to Carnival Cruise Line president Christine Duffy, Palomba will oversee hotel operations, guest services, guest commerce and guest care. Over the next few weeks he will continue to oversee the resumption of Costa operations while progressively taking over the new responsibilities.Since February 2015, Palomba has led Costa Cruises, with responsibilit

Captain Inger Klein Thorhauge, who helms Cunard ships, is among women with prominent roles at Carnival Corporation. (Photo: Cunard)

Cruise Industry Sees More Women in Leadership Roles

Year. She's the first person from the engine department to ever receive the honor.   In nominating her, Dandriccio's male bosses noted both her “brilliant technical abilities” and her ease in interacting with crew and passengers.   “We are so proud of her,” said Christine Duffy, who herself broke barriers becoming the first-ever female president of Carnival Cruise Line, the flagship brand for Carnival Corporation. “There haven't been a lot of women in these roles and today you look at Carnival Corporation and there are.”   Duffy said women bring

Ron L. Phillips

Phillips Named Sr VP Of Human Resources, Carnival Cruise

the world’s largest cruise line, including talent acquisition, talent management, leadership development, human capital planning, employee engagement, compensation and benefits, and performance management. Phillips begins his new role effective October 19 and will report to Carnival President Christine Duffy.   Phillips has nearly 20 years of HR experience, most recently serving as Chief Human Resources Officer for New York Presbyterian Hospital, which encompasses seven major hospitals, 23,000 employees and 6,000 affiliated physicians. Prior to that he spent eight years in human resource

Thomas P. Ostebo (Photo: CLIA)

Ostebo Chosen to Head CLIA

Thomas P. Ostebo will join Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) as the organization’s new president and chief executive officer, effective July 6, 2015.   Selected by CLIA’s global executive committee following the departure of Christine Duffy on January 31, 2015, former CLIA president and CEO, Ostebo will oversee CLIA domestic and international operations, working directly with CLIA’s senior leadership team.    Ostebo brings more than 30 years of leadership experience to his new role, joining CLIA from the United States Coast Guard (USCG) where he served

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