I've been with TTG almost eight years, having started as a features reporter way back in 2006. I became editor in November 2013 following a management buy-out, and now oversee the News and Features teams in creating our weekly magazine, our website, and a whole host of other events and products, including the official WTM Dailies. The Caribbean and Latin America are places close to my heart, since they were my specialist areas for so long, and I'm also passionate about responsible travel, and how tourism can have a positive impact on the world. If you've got a news story for us, or would like to find out about our features, download the useful guides on who to contact from our media centre. You can also follow me on Twitter at @philippajacks.
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Recent blog posts
Nassau, one of just 700 islands that forms the Bahamas, will welcome thousands of new rooms in 2015. Pippa Jacks finds out more
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