ACVB Promotes Four to Senior Leadership Team

Alexander, Bell, Delahunt, Mokotoff
Alexander, Bell, Delahunt, Mokotoff

Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) announces new roles for Pholeta Alexander as vice president, technology and facilities; Sheretha Bell as vice president, brand; Kristin Delahunt as vice president, convention services and Cynthia Mokotoff as vice president, human resources.

“I am so proud to promote these four employees to our senior leadership team,” said William Pate, president and CEO, ACVB. “Combined, they represent 70 years of experience with ACVB and have each been instrumental in positioning Atlanta as one of the country's most popular destinations.”

As vice president, technology and facilities, Alexander will lead technology and strategy execution and oversee all ACVB facilities including the main office and satellite locations. She began her career at ACVB in 2004 as manager, technology and was promoted to director, technology in 2011.

In her new role as vice president, brand, Bell is responsible for brand strategy and execution including digital and social content, messaging, photography, video content and print publications. Bell joined ACVB in 2000 as specialist, sales and marketing research and has advanced throughout the years with numerous positions throughout the bureau.

Delahunt began her career with ACVB in 2003 as manager, convention services, progressing into new roles as assistant director, convention services and director, convention services. Now as vice president, convention services, she will guide client services to focus on increasing convention attendance and enhancing visitor experience.

Joining ACVB in 1999 as an administrative assistant, operations and finance, Mokotoff has held several leadership positions for the bureau throughout the years. In her new role as vice president, human resources, Mokotoff will lead the people strategy of ACVB including human resources, visitor information centers and management of its board of directors.