Patricia Huska was Appointed as Chief People Officer at American Express Global Business Travel

Date of management change: January 22, 2019 

What Happened?

New York, New York-based American Express Global Business Travel Appointed Patricia Huska as Chief People Officer


About the Company

American Express Global Business Travel ("GBT"​) enables corporations and empowers business travelers with insights, connections and exceptional customer service on a global scale. Through technology and information, GBT provides leading travel solutions, integrated consulting services, proprietary research, and end-to-end meetings and events capabilities. These innovative offerings enable clients to optimize the return on their travel and meetings investments. GBT has operations and network partners in nearly 120 countries worldwide with approximately 12,000 employees. GBT ranked first among corporate travel providers in the 2014 Corporate Travel 100 (“CT100”), an annual listing compiled by Business Travel News which ranks companies with the largest volume of U.S. air bookings. Learn more about how GBT connects the world at American Express Global Business Travel (“GBT”) is a joint venture that is not wholly-owned by American Express Company or any of its subsidiaries (“American Express”). “American Express Global Business Travel”, “American Express” and the American Express logo are trademarks of American Express, and are used under limited license.


About the Person

Patricia Huska is Chief People Officer at American Express Global Business Travel. Previously, Patricia held various senior HR leadership roles in the industry.


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