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Jen Woodbridge resigns from ATEC

May 28th, 2014 | | industry

Screen shot 2014-05-28 at 11.23.09 AMIt is with a heavy heart that we inform you that one of our sectors best loved and hardest working people is ‘moving on’. Jennifer Woodbridge, Manager – Industry Education & Sector Development at ATEC, has announced her departure and will leave ATEC on Friday 20 June.

Jen has spent the last 10 years working for ATEC and advocating the youth market. Jen has also won a number of awards including BOA NSW’s lifetime achievement award.

We hope you will join us in thanking Jen for her dedication to the youth sector, the effort she has put into the Australian youth tourism industry by managing AYTE and organising BYTAP is exceptional and has helped grow the sector to what it is today.

We wish you well Jennifer, and don’t be a stranger! 





3 Responses

  1. Jen has been the best industry liaison I have met during my time in the industry. She has always been supportive, progressive and an active participant/influencer. All the best, Jen. Miss you already!

  2. Rod Hearps says:

    Jen is a true gem & a doyen of the youth travel industry. She has done an awesome job championing the Australian youth travel sector. Jen – I wish you all the best for the future !!

  3. Peter O says:

    The youth industry in Australia owes a great deal to Jen Woodbridge. Her work over the past (often challenging)10 years has changed how we see ourselves and also how the wider tourism industry sees the youth sector. Without Jen, this would not have happened.

    Jen you will always be a part of youth tourism in Australia as I know youth tourism will always be a part of your future journey.

    After giving so much, let us know how any of us can support you and your family.