Kim Anderson brings decades of board and executive experience to SiteMinder’s diverse leadership
Sydney, Australia – SiteMinder, the world’s leading open hotel commerce platform, has formally appointed Kim Anderson as an independent, non-executive director. Kim will be assuming the role of Chair of SiteMinder’s People and Culture Committee.
Kim’s appointment is the latest appointment of an independent director at SiteMinder, following Jenny Macdonald and Pat O’Sullivan’s appointments in October last year, to further strengthen governance and bring additional diversity to SiteMinder’s Board.
Kim brings more than 30 years’ board and executive expertise to SiteMinder from a range of media and e-commerce companies. Kim is the former CEO and founder of Reading Room Inc (bookstr.com), CEO of Southern Star Entertainment, and has held senior executive positions at PBL and Ninemsn. She is currently a non-executive director of Carsales (ASX:CAR), Marley Spoon AG (ASX:MMM), Invocare Ltd (ASX:IVC) and Infomedia (ASX:IFM). She serves as Chair of the Remuneration, People and Culture Committee on all her boards.
Pat O’Sullivan, SiteMinder Chair says, “I am delighted to welcome Kim to the SiteMinder Board. Her leadership in some of Australia’s leading media and e-commerce companies will be invaluable to the team as we execute on our growth and product development priorities, and continue to cement our position as the world’s leading open hotel commerce platform.”
Kim Anderson will serve on the SiteMinder Board alongside Pat, Jenny, Sankar, Mike Ford (Co-Founder), Paul Wilson and Les Szekely.
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SiteMinder is the world’s leading open hotel commerce platform, empowering hotels and accommodation providers to sell, market, manage and grow their business. SiteMinder’s innovative online platform offers hotels and accommodation providers a comprehensive range of products and solutions to manage and streamline the distribution of their rooms across a wide selection of direct and indirect channels, take bookings from guests and communicate with guests. The global company, headquartered in Sydney with offices in Bangkok, Berlin, Dallas, Galway, London and Manila, generated more than 100 million reservations worth over US$35 billion in revenue for hotels in the last year prior to the start of the pandemic.