Our Team

Visit Annapolis & Anne Arundel County (VAAAC) is managed by an experienced staff of tourism professionals and supported by a dedicated board of directors.

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is a diverse group that collaborates to promote Annapolis at its very best.

Executive Team

Gary Jobson

Gary Jobson Chairman of the Board



In addition to serving as Chair of Visit Annapolis & Anne Arundel County, Jobson is a Vice President of the Board of World Sailing, the sport’s international governing body, Chair of the Board of Trustees of Luminis Health and Chair of the Chesapeake Bay Trust. Jobson spent 31 years with ESPN covering nine America’s Cup events and producing many documentaries. He has covered seven Olympics (including the upcoming Tokyo 2021 Olympics) and an America’s Cup for NBC. For his work in television, Jobson has been presented with two Emmys, four Tellys and an ACE Award.

Marketing Team

Susan Seifried

Susan Seifried Vice President of P.R. and Communications

Christine McNichols

Christine McNichols Director of Partnership

Tatiana Wells

Tatiana Wells Director of Visitor Experience

Alexis Fish

Alexis Fish Director of Marketing

Liz Joyner

Elizabeth Joyner Director of Sales

Brandi McKeating Headshot

Brandi McKeating Digital Content Manager

Current Opportunities


If you like meeting people and sharing your knowledge about Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay, we have the perfect job for you!...

Learn more about volunteer and employment opportunities at Visit Annapolis & Anne Arundel County.

Awards & Accolades

Annapolis Named One of the Top Ten Best All-American Vacations for 2015
Travel Channel (June 2015)
“25 of America’s Best Towns for the Holidays”
Travel and Leisure (November 2015)
Best Under-the-Radar Romantic Destination
USA Today (August 2015)
America’s Most Romantic Towns
Travel and Leisure (January 2014)
9 Of The World’s Most Stunning Places Where You Can Sleep On A Boat
Huffington Post Travel (November 2014)
Sports Readers Choice Award Winner
SportsEvents Magazine (January 2017)