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Northrop & Johnson adds personnel

Charline Francis

Charline Francis

Charline Francis has joined Northrop & Johnson as a charter management consultant.

“Charline is an exemplary charter manager specializing in yachts in the 50-meter-plus range around the world,” the company said in a statement. “Thanks to her extensive marketing background, her strong background of the yachting industry and her vast network of industry connections, Charline is ideally suited for her role at Northrop & Johnson.”

Francis is originally from Canada and she has a bachelor’s degree in marketing and entrepreneurial management. Prior to joining the yachting industry, she worked in marketing, events and strategic operations in Canada and the South of France.

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