JetBlue appoints new Chief Digital and Technology Officer

Carol Clements

JetBlue has appointed Carol Clements as Chief Digital and Technology Officer, effective April 26, 2021. In this role, Clements will be responsible for the New York-based airline’s information systems and technology strategies. She succeeds Eash Sundaram, who retired from JetBlue earlier this year after nearly a decade at the helm of innovation and technology strategy for the airline.

Clements comes to JetBlue with more than a decade at Southwest Airlines, where she led the company-wide technology initiative to enable all commercial and operational capabilities for the carrier’s first-ever international expansion. During her time at Southwest Airlines, Clements also held leadership roles in e-commerce, reservations, and loyalty technology, and business intelligence. More recently, Clements served as chief technology officer for Pizza Hut.

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