Come Wander

Working collaboratively with the tourism industry, its communities and partners, the OHTO functions as an industry-led Not-For-Profit Corporation governed by a Board of Directors who is responsible for setting strategic objectives, developing policies and monitoring the Executive Director for operational performance. The Executive Director, in collaboration with the Board, develops and manages the operational plan to achieve the strategic objectives.

Directors are actively engaged with tourism businesses and/or have significant knowledge of local and regional tourism issues and they ensure member input is collected and considered when establishing the strategic objectives. They contribute diverse skills and an understanding of the region’s tourism assets, challenges and opportunities. They are committed to and will attend, scheduled meetings to actively and positively participate in discussions. They follow a Code of Conduct and Confidentiality, which is outlined in a Board Policy Manual. Each Director is expected to serve the OHTO membership as a whole.

To read more about your 2020-21 Board of Directors, and their experiences, please click here.

Directors are elected on an annual basis and members interested in seeking a seat on the OHTO Board are encouraged to contact OHTO with any questions before completing the 2021-22 Application for Nomination.

OHTO Bylaws

2021-22 Application for Nomination