Lisa Studness Reifer has been named head of finance and treasury on the JetBlue’s senior leadership team. Reifer, who will be celebrating 18 years with JetBlue in February, has served as vice president, infrastructure, properties and development since 2017. Reifer will be responsible for investor relations, treasury, and risk management, including fuel hedging and insurance, in addition to infrastructure. She will also assume responsibility as JetBlue’s treasurer, reporting to JetBlue’s Chief Financial Officer Ursula Hurley. Since joining JetBlue in February 2004, Reifer has led teams across JetBlue’s organization including strategy, investor relations, legal, and airport affairs. As vice president, infrastructure,
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