Boxill is BTMI’s second in command
He has been appointed Senior Director Support Services at the agency which, along with the Barbados Tourism Product Authority (BTPA), replaced the Barbados Tourism Authority.
Boxill moves up from his previous role as Aviation Consultant, a post he had been in since March 2009.
His new portfolio includes responsibility for the aviation, cruise, sports, human resources and research departments of the BTMI.
Chairman of the BTMI Alvin Jemmott said Boxill’s role is critical to achieving “a nimble and responsive organization”.
“Neville will work closely with the CEO and the global directors to ensure a coordinated and synergistic approach between our local offices and our global offices,” Jemmott said.
With over 21 years’ experience between the aviation and tourism industries, the BTMI said Boxill brings a unique perspective on industry operations that will better lend to supporting local and global marketing efforts.
Boxill will be second in command to newly appointed CEO Billy Griffith, who took up the post on October 13.