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Jennifer Schwartz

Senior Vice President
Aerospace Group
jschwartz@accessintel.com

Tish Drake

Vice President/Group Publisher, Aerospace
tdrake@accessintel.com

Joe Milroy

Publisher, Aerospace
jgmilroy@accessintel.com

 

  


 

 

James T. McKenna

Editor-in-Chief, Rotor & Wing International and Avionics brands
jmckenna@accessintel.com

Paul Leighton

Editor, Aircraft Value News
pleighton@aircraftvalues.net



 

 

 

   

   

Jennifer Schwartz

Senior Vice President, Aerospace Group

Jennifer is responsible for the overall management and strategic business development efforts across AI’s Healthcare and Aerospace group, which includes such brands as Rotor & Wing, Via Satellite, Avionics, and OR Manager. She also evaluates and helps integrate key acquisition targets in the healthcare space. Jennifer has worked at Access Intelligence since 1997 and held previous publisher positions in the defense and energy groups. Jennifer successfully integrated the LDC Forum events into AI’s portfolio in 2006. Previously, Jennifer held sales and marketing positions in the telecom and banking industries. She has a BS degree in Marketing from the distinguished Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland. Jennifer also successfully completed ABM’s B-to-B Advanced Leadership Program at Northwestern University in 2012. 

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Tish Drake

Vice President/Group Publisher

Tish joined Access Intelligence in 2001 as a sales executive for Communications Technology, and spent nine years building that brand.  Her ability to consistently reinvent her brands by adapting to new advertising, marketing and publishing strategies, in addition to launching niche face-to-face events such as the Global Connected Aircraft Summit, has made her a valuable asset at AI.  Tish now oversees all of the aerospace group which includes Via Satellite, Avionics, Rotor & Wing International and Defense Daily.  With more than 19 years of b2b sales, management and marketing experience, she is a seasoned veteran in the publishing industry.

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Joe Milroy

Publisher, Aerospace

Joe has over 15 years of experience in b2b publishing. Joe is responsible for the Avionics team's e-media and print portfolio of products including advertising sales, editorial content, marketing, subscriptions and distribution. Prior to joining Access Intelligence in 2004, Joe was with Penton Media, VerticalNet and PennWell Publishing.
 

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James T. McKenna

Editor-in-Chief, Rotor & Wing International and Avionics brands

James returned to Access Intelligence in April 2015 to lead the editorial efforts of the Rotor & Wing brand, which includes the flagship Rotor & Wing International magazine and its related website, electronic newsletters, social media and events. He had previously served as editor-in-chief of the magazine from 2003 through 2008. In January 2017, he added the role of editor-in-chief of the Avionics brand. An aerospace journalist and communications professional for 30 years, James has written for major U.S. trade and general news outlets, served as an aviation commentator for major broadcast news programs and consulted for leading aerospace and defense organizations. He has been a recipient of Aviation & Space Writers Association honors and the Helicopter Association International’s Salute to Excellence in Communications award.

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Paul Leighton

Editor, Aircraft Value News

Paul Leighton is founder and managing director of the Aircraft Value Analysis Company, a U.K.-based company that specializes in Future Value Forecasting. Paul is currently editor of AVAC's in-house periodicals - the Aircraft Value Journal, the Aircraft Value Reference and Aircraft Value News. He holds a BA (Hons) in International Relations & Politics and has a Master of Science degree in Air Transport Management from the College of Aeronautics, Cranfield University. After starting his career at British Aerospace, Hatfield, in the early 1980s on the BAe146 program, he joined the national airline of Papua New Guinea - Air Niugini. Prior to forming AVAC, he worked for an aviation consultancy company in the U.K. He has made several presentations at conferences and is a guest lecturer on Future Value Forecasting at Cranfield University.

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