The Travel and Meetings Society (TAMS), an association of business travel professionals, announced that industry veteran Jennifer Steinke will assume the role of chairperson, succeeding TAMS founder Susan Lichtenstein. Michelle Grant will replace Jo-Anne Lloyd as co-chair. Each will serve a two-year term. Steinke said that Lichtenstein and Lloyd have been “great leaders” for the society and led it through “some of the most trying times for the travel and meetings industry.” She said she is “excited to take on the leadership role at TAMS, working in partnership with Michelle.” Together, said Steinke, “our aim is for TAMS to continue the amazing work that our volunteer committees deliver for the industry, solving problems and driving innovation through collaborative engagement that gives everyone an equal voice.” Over the next two years, said Steinke, “in addition to empowering the work of our volunteers, TAMS will focus on building our society’s infrastructure, growing and formalizing our membership base and strengthening our financial position in the industry.”