TORONTO—Fairmont recently made several management and supervisory-level appointments at its properties worldwide. Among them was the promotion of Sarah Dayboll to director, environmental affairs. Dayboll has been instrumental in progressing Fairmont’s green agenda and most recently oversaw the company’s commitment to reduce its carbon emissions under the World Wildlife Fund’s Climate Savers Program. In her expanded role, she will continue to seek out new ways in which to proactively green Fairmont’s operations.
Working closely with Fairmont’s portfolio of world-class hotels, Dayboll plays an instrumental role in the day-to-day operations of Fairmont’s Green Partnership program, a worldwide environmental platform recognized internationally as being the most comprehensive green program in the lodging industry.
With past experience concentrated in the environmental sector, including positions with the Ontario Ministry of Tourism and Recreation, her determination and passion to responsible tourism has served her well since joining Fairmont in 2007. A knowledgeable professional, Dayboll, who holds a Bachelor of Tourism and the Environment degree from Brock University in Ontario, is a Committee Member of the Sustainable Travel Leadership Network, a member of the Destinations working group for the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (“GSTC”), and an Executive Committee Member for the International Tourism Partnership (ITP).
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