Norwegian Cruise Line’s longtime senior vice president of sales and trade partnerships Camille Olivere will leave NCL at the end of June.
NCL made the announcement on May 22, writing on its Partners First social media that “after 11 years, we say goodbye and good luck to Camille Olivere…She has been instrumental in the creation and development of our Partners First philosophy and in strengthening our relationship with you—our valued travel partners.”
Olivere spent two stints with NCL. Her first started in 2009 as vice president of sales before being promoted to senior vice president in 2012. She would spend time as the senior vice president of partners brands for World Travel Holdings in 2015 and 2016 before returning to Norwegian.
Olivere is credited, along with NCL’s former president and CEO Andy Stuart, with help driving NCL’s outreach to the travel trade, including growing its Partners First program to where it is at today.
“It has been my great honor to have been a part of the original Norwegian turn-around team and to come back a second time during unprecedented growth,” Olivere wrote on Facebook. “I believe the future of this industry and for Norwegian in particular is VERY bright and I can’t wait to cruise again!”