Before joining Revolver New York, Elizabeth was a Vice President at MSLGROUP, a Publicis Groupe global communications agency, where she co-founded a beauty and luxury specialty group, BE SPOKE. During her twelve years there, Elizabeth led marquee accounts, including Tiffany & Co, World Gold Council and evian through successful strategic programs before focusing her career in branding.
Currently, as a Partner and President at Revolver New York, Elizabeth has helped to build the agency to represent lifestyle and luxury Hospitality, Residential and Wellness brands across the country and internationally. Her successful leadership has bolstered revenue, seized business opportunities and developed countless strong client partnerships. Revolver places an equal focus on thoughtful strategy and original creative.
Elizabeth is involved in various other activities, including serving as a Board of Advisor for SAIRA Hospitality, a member of HeyMama, a Committee Member for Hudson River Park Playground, and a Guidance Committee Member for the Independent Lodging Congress (ILC).
Speaking engagements include, a panel speaker at the ILC, “Women Runs the World?”, a Big Brothers Big Sisters moderator for a women’s empowerment panel discussion, and a panel speaker at ALIS 2018, “Hotels of the Future.”
Elizabeth graduated from Georgetown University and currently resides in New York City with her husband and two children.
Something ILC attendees would never guess about you:
I worked on a farm.
Favorite place to stay when traveling:
At a hidden, little-known gem with stellar service and F&B. Or, I’ll take a staycation at The Greenwich Hotel any day of the week….or return home to my babes and husband in NYC.
MUST have travel item:
Lip balm and a great pair of sneakers.
Biggest extravagance or vice:
Most memorable ILC moment:
Hearing Chip Conley and Liz Lambert speak on the panel together [in 2016]…..and enjoying some delicious Artuso Cannolis!
Who in the industry inspires you:
Niki Leondakis. She possesses an awesome intelligence in the hospitality industry and serves as a great leader with poise and grace. Her leadership is admirable and awe-inspiring.
Who would play you in a movie:
I would prefer to be behind the camera directing and would most want to play the “role” of notable & famed Wes Anderson. He creates a magical place & brings you there with him. I hope to do that in my work every day.