Medjet promotes Paul Goodall to Travel Agency Sales Manager
Medjet, the industry leader in air medical transport and crisis response memberships for travelers, today announced the promotion of Paul Goodall, previously Membership Renewals Manager, to Travel Agency Sales Manager.
In his new role with Medjet, Goodall will focus on the Signature consortia, as well as developing and maintaining other travel agency relationships. Goodall has been with Medjet for more than a decade, having initially joined as a Membership Services Representative in 2007.
“We could think of no better person to fill this role,” says Roy Berger, President and CEO of Medjet. “Paul’s knowledge of our products and clientele, as well as his existing relationships with agents on behalf of Medjet, made him the ideal choice. We are excited to see him continue to grow with the company in this new position.”
Goodall joins recently appointed Travel Agency Sales Director, Laura Heidt, in Medjet’s Travel Agency Sales Department, and will work alongside a string of new additions to the company’s expanding sales and marketing team. The company has recently brought on a number of new employees, including former executives from Berkshire Hathaway, Hyatt, Travelocity and MTV/Viacom.
Goodall attended Huntingdon College in Montgomery, AL, and the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
For more information about Medjet, please visit: www.medjet.com.
Medjet is the industry leader in travel protection and medical transport, forging a global network of air medical transport affiliates and security providers over the past 26 years. At any given time, Medjet has access to more than 250 private air ambulances and commercial medical escorts, as well as specially trained emergency medical and security personnel, ready to launch from both domestic and international locations 24/7. The company most notably differentiates from other players in the market through its commitment to arrange air medical transfer to the member’s home country hospital of choice (not just “nearest acceptable”), regardless of medical necessity. Similarly, unlike other travel security and response membership programs, the company’s MedjetHorizon option does not rely on hard triggers, such as government-issued evacuation orders, to act on behalf of members.