John Lawless was Appointed as Senior Director and Associate General Counsel at CWTSatoTravel

Date of management change: May 15, 2017 

What Happened?

San Antonio, TX-based CWTSatoTravel Appointed John Lawless as Senior Director and Associate General Counsel


About the Company

With 65 years of experience serving U.S military and government agencies, CWTSatoTravel provides innovative and cost effective travel management services and solutions to support our customers’ missions. Supported by our parent company, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, we have access to unique resources that drive us to deliver the best services in the industry. We offer products and services that provide optimal solutions for our customers, ultimately helping them travel more economically. Our strategic proposition to our clients includes access to an innovative Program Management team, industry-leading embedded travel management services and fully integrated online booking and expense management solutions. Being experts in our field, we educate our team with annual training on government regulations, policies and programs as a tool to provide policy recommendations and assistance in change management. We are very proud of our history serving U.S. military and government clients through best-in-class travel management services. Come see what we have to offer and how we can assist you in meeting your travel needs while operating on a limited budget. Book your next trip with CWTSatoTravel today.


About the Person

John Lawless is Senior Director and Associate General Counsel at CWTSatoTravel. Previously, John held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.


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