Bronwyn Wilson To Step Down As President Of The International Motorcoach Group (IMG) At End Of Year

International Motorcoach Group (IMG) President Bronwyn Wilson has announced she will step back from her role as president at the end of 2024.

“It has been an unbelievable tenure with IMG since 2012 when I was hired,” Wilson said. “To serve IMG members and partners really has been rewarding and an honor, but it is now time to step back from the traditional 9-to-5 and embrace a new chapter in life and spend more time in Australia with family and friends.”

IMG Chairman Mike Dickson praised Wilson for the leadership she brought to the organization, which marked its 25th anniversary in 2023.

“Bronwyn has been an outstanding leader for IMG, and the network has evolved during her time,” Dickson, who is also President of Southeastern Stages in Atlanta, said. “Under her leadership, IMG has expanded its profile with customers, added programs to help IMG companies continue to be the very best, and provided shareholders and partners with the best opportunities to engage at our meetings. She guided IMG through the COVID pandemic and is leaving IMG in a financially strong position.”

The IMG Board of Directors will hire a search company to lead the process of finding a new president.

“There remains much work to do, and we will remain focused,” Wilson said. “It is business as usual as we continue to deliver programs, meetings and customer engagement to our members and partners.”

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