Cristina Nuñez Cuesta has been NECSTouR's Managing Director since 2012.
Originally from Catalonia, Cristina holds a Degree in Tourism (Spain-France) and a postgraduate degree in European Affairs (Belgium). Cristina is a team builder with strong organisational, networking and business development skills. She is passionate of promoting sustainability in tourism destinations. Thanks to her strong expertise in Destination Management models and territorial tourism strategy, including ECORYS Brussels, the European Commission, the Catalan Tourism Board Benelux, and several tourism stakeholders based in the Costa Brava Tourism Destination in Catalonia, Cristina has been brightly running the growth of NECSTouR network in quality and quantity. She is driving and promoting the network’s strategy, activities and projects on sustainable tourism management to improve tourism governance in Europe, building bridges between European Tourism Policy and local realities. Cristina is a key representative of NECSTouR’s Members in liaising with European Institutions, providing them with a framework for exchange to learn from each other through European projects.
NECSTouR, the Network of European Regions for Sustainable and Competitive Tourism, and SPEL-Lanzarote, the organisation responsible for the tourism promotion of Lanzarote, are committed to “Empowering […]