Elizabeth Windram, VP of Marketing, JetBlue Airways
Elizabeth Windram is Vice President, Marketing for JetBlue, New York’s Hometown Airline® and one of the world’s most acclaimed airlines. In her role, Windram leads the airline’s brand strategy, including advertising, content and social media, digital marketing, regional marketing, loyalty and product development.Previously, Windram was JetBlue’s Director, Brand and Advertising where she was instrumental in many of the airline’s recent campaigns including FlyBabies, Check In For Good and Little Tickets. In 2016, she received Adweek’s Grand Brand Genius Award. Before joining JetBlue, she spent seven years at E&J Gallo Winery where she led brands including Barefoot Wine & Bubbly and New Amsterdam Gin and Vodka. She started her career in finance as an investment banker in Citigroup Global Markets’ leveraged finance group and then at Terra Firma Capital Partners in London. Windram serves on the board of the VH1 Save The Music Foundation. Born and raised in New York City, Windram attended Stuyvesant High School. She holds an MBA from Wharton and has a BA in Economics from Duke University.
Lee Nadler, Chairman of the Board & Founder, Sherpa Marketing
Lee Nadler is a brand and business builder, with experience in all aspects of marketing.
Lee has built a career building and transforming businesses as a leader across all disciplines in the marketing industry. He started his career at a leading WPP promotion agency, then joined creative agency KBS&P and later became Partner, President & CEO of Digital Pulp. In 1996, Nadler became the first head of marketing for digital media technology pioneer DoubleClick, now a division of Google. From 2012-2018, Lee managed marketing, new product launches and transformation for MINI, a division of BMW. Lee relaunched Sherpa Marketing in 2019 to provide growth-oriented businesses: sound strategy, innovative marketing and successful product launches.
Lee initially joined MINI in 2012 to manage all US marketing and digital platforms. In 2017, Lee was promoted to grow the MINI business and brand by creating transformational initiatives and connecting to new audiences in key US metro markets.
For ten years, prior to joining MINI, Lee ran a specialized consulting practice that he founded, Sherpa Marketing, Inc., named for the Nepalese guides who have inspired him. He has identified several Sherpa Principles to lead teams in overcoming obstacles and accomplishing strong results.
the Board of the Advertising Club, was inducted into the American Advertising Hall of Achievement and was named by Ad Age as one of the 21 people to watch in the 21st century.
Lee lives in the West Village with his wife, daughter and dog.