CRDA welcomes 3 new board members

ORLANDO, Fla. — Following a successful year of new member enrollments, Canadian Resort Development Association (CRDA) has welcomed three new members to its board of directors, it was announced Nov. 30.

ORLANDO, Fla. — Following a successful year of new member enrollments, Canadian Resort Development Association (CRDA) has welcomed three new members to its board of directors, it was announced Nov. 30.

The new members are Robert Reyes, vice-president of resort operations, Diamond Resorts International. Located in the Vancouver area, Reyes graduated from the British Columbia Institute of Technology, and has been working in the hospitality industry for over 30 years. Prior to joining Diamond Resorts, he sat on the board of directors for Club Intrawest and focused heavily in member experiences and as a director of the rooms division. 

Justin Hunter, vice-president of operations at Resort Travel & Xchange (RTX). Located in North Carolina, Hunter oversees both the Asheville and Orlando offices for RTX, a timeshare exchange company that works with resorts and developers throughout the world. Hunter’s background includes working in the following departments: owner services, finance, and club membership. With over nine years in the timeshare industry, he has participated as a board member for several companies and associations.

Jeremy Moser, vice-president of operations, LaTour Hotels & Resorts. Moser has worked in the hospitality industry since 1998. He began his career at Peppertree Ocean Club. Moser oversees day-to-day operations to support growth in consulting services, owner experiences, residential services, and property and assets management. CRDA’S board is now comprised of 13 industry leaders.

“The board is delighted to welcome Robert, Justin and Jeremy, who will bring valuable industry experience, perspective and ideas to the association,” said Jon Zwickel, president and CEO, CRDA, in a release.