Travelport has promoted Luisa Fernanda Cabrera to the position of general manager of Mexico and Central America. Reporting to Erika Moore, regional director of Latin America and the Caribbean, Ms. Cabrera will be responsible for realizing Travelport’s country revenue objectives; developing new—and strengthening established—commercial relationships with customers; and ultimately, driving successful Travelport sales and expansion plans in the region. Based in Mexico City, her appointment takes immediate effect.
Before joining Travelport in 2013, Ms. Cabrera held leadership and business development positions with international companies in the technology and retail sectors. Most recently in the role of Travelport Mexico’s business development manager, Ms. Cabrera was directly responsible for identifying commercial opportunities in the country and implementing action plans; overseeing the execution of Travelport’s Mexico commercial strategy; and leading the New Business and Account Manager teams. Ms. Cabrera holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education.
“Travelport’s innovative tools and technology products are enabling local businesses to shape the future of the Mexican travel industry,” said Ms. Cabrera. “I’m thrilled to continue working with this outstanding team in a new capacity and am eager to help our team expand Travelport’s reach within the region. I’m ready to embrace the challenges and opportunities this position will present.”
“During her tenure with Travelport, Luisa Fernanda has proven herself to be a naturally strong leader and a dedicated member of our team,” said Erika Moore. “Her well-honed managerial skills, extensive experience in business development and management, and strong understanding of our industry, all indicate that she is an ideal pick for the general manager role. Ms. Cabrera’s leadership, paired with our team’s dedication to our customers and corporate partners, will undoubtedly lead to exciting successes for Travelport in the region.”