Omega World Travel CEO & Washington Business Hall of Fame Laureate Gloria Bohan Supports Next-Generation Leaders

FAIRFAX, VA, November 12, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ – On November 30, Omega President and CEO Gloria Bohn will join her esteemed community of over 180 honorees at the Washington Hall of Fame’s annual event. Ms. Bohn was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011 in recognition of her achievements and role in providing vital resources to young achievers.The event contributes to JA’s efforts to empower today’s youth through authentic financial literacy education.

The Hall of Fame will be held at The Anthem Auditorium on DC’s beautiful Southwest Waterfront. It will begin with a town hall where the Young Achievers participants will engage in lively discussion with DC entrepreneurs and civic leaders. Participants will then participate in a series of Hall of Fame Masterclasses where six recognized local and business leaders will share lessons from their journeys and career experiences. The evening will end with an elegant ceremony and reception.

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The audience of professionals and students will surely gain a wealth of knowledge from connecting with the Hall of Fame winners. Previous winners have included Virginia Ali, owner of Ben’s Chili Bowl, Russ Ramsey, chairman and CEO of Ramsey Asset Management, Deborah Ratner Salzberg, principal of Uplands Real Estate Partners, and Craig Rupert, founder and CEO of Rupert Companies.

Like her colleagues, Ms. Bohn’s impressive career serves as a model for JA students. This year Omega World Travel celebrates its 50th year as a dynamic international travel management company. Since its founding as a humble one-man office in 1972, Omega’s sales revenue has exceeded $1 billion annually with locations throughout the United States and the United Kingdom, Europe and Korea. Omega is regularly listed as the largest woman-owned company in the DC area (Washington Business Journal Book of Lists). Currently the largest women-owned travel agency in the US, Business Travel News (2020) ranked Omega as the fourth largest privately owned travel company.

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Ms. Bohn’s momentum and passion for travel further led her to found, one of the largest online cruise retailers, and TravTech, a leading technology provider in the travel industry. In addition, Omega has developed the events department of its MICE division with hybrid meeting software that achieves maximum attendance numbers.

For more than a decade, Gloria has aligned with JA’s core values ​​and goal of helping every student reach their potential. Alongside her fellow award winners, Ms. Bohn will continue to encourage future generations of leaders by sharing her entrepreneurial insights and advocacy.

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About Omega trips in the world and the family of brands:

Omega World Travel is a woman-owned travel management company, a full-service travel agency, and a leader in the online travel retail market. Omega is the largest women-owned travel management company in the United States, with sales of more than $1 billion. Omega designs customized travel management programs for corporate, government and non-profit clients. Omega’s travel services offering includes wholly owned meeting, conference and event management services. Omega Also owns, one of the largest sellers of online cruises, and Travtech, a technology development company.

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