Roslyn McLeod awarded ICCA honorary membership

Roslyn McLeod
Roslyn McLeod has been honoured by ICCA at their annual conference.

Arinex founder Roslyn McLeod has been presented with an honorary membership of the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).

Announced at the 61st ICCA Congress in Krakow, ICCA president James Rees said the status of Honorary Membership is reserved for a small number of retired individuals who have given particularly strong service to the association.

“Usually, they have served on the Board, often for extensive lengths of time; always they have volunteered their expertise, time and energy; sometimes they have contributed vital strategic insights that have helped guide our association forward,” he said.

“Occasionally they have played host to one of our Congresses, perhaps the most stressful responsibility a member can undertake.  And always, they have been influential advocates on ICCA’s behalf and great friends of this association.”

McLeod was an Honorary Secretary of ICCA from 1987-1990 and served as a Board Member from 1996-2000 and again from 2002-2004. In 2018, ICCA named Roslyn one of the industry’s top 10 most inspirational women.