Team MacNair

Management Team:

Michael MacNair, President & CEO

Mike began his travel career in the early 1980’s, working for Hilton Hotels, a European tour operator, an international airline, and a major Washington area travel company. In 1989, he and his wife opened MacNair Travel, which now employs about 50 people. Mike has been recognized as an industry spokesperson and transformer. He has appeared on both local and national television and is a frequent speaker on travel logistics, travel management issues, vacations, and the evolution of the travel industry. Mike is the author of The Secrets of Effective Business Travel Procurement, a corporate travel management book.

MacNair Travel Management has saved money and created travel management systems for hundreds of organizations (Presidential Campaigns, PR/Law Firms, Government Contractors, and various Associations). MacNair Travel has provided personal travel services for everyone from CEOs and political leaders to local families and customers.

Mike’s passion for travel and unique process has helped change many of his customer’s lives. He is married to his partner and lovely wife Ellen with whom he co-founded MacNair Travel Management, has three children, and travels frequently around the world with them. He is a mountaineer, Ironman, and an avid sportsman who is committed to his customers, community and staff.

Mr. Mark Weston, Corporate Travel Director

 


Mr. Randy Bilbra, Executive Director, Finance and Administration

Randy has specialized in travel agency accounting and travel reporting since 1989.  His extensive experience in travel reporting for associations, Fortune 500 companies, and the U.S. Government greatly enhances our service package to all of our client accounts.  Randy serves on advisory panels for the major technology companies that provide MacNair's accounting and reporting software systems, and he exerts distinct influence over the development and evolution of these tools. 


Ms. Barbara Benney, Director of Human Resources

 

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