Our knowledge of the COVID-19 pandemic is changing daily and employers are having to respond dynamically. Join Mercer as we hold a special Q&A panel with leaders from the Travel and Hospitality industry. Hear from Kelley Elliott, Head of Global Rewards at Delta Air Lines and Luke Marble, Head of Rewards at IHG Hotels & Resorts about how their companies have continued to adapt and evolve in light of COVID-19.
In this webinar, a Q&A panel will discuss how the following topics as it relates to their companies:
Managing Director of Global Rewards, Delta Air Lines, Inc.
Kelley Elliott, Managing Director of Global Rewards at Delta, leads a team of HR professionals responsible for worldwide compensation, retirement, healthcare and mobility programs at Delta Air Lines. Kelley joined Delta in 2018 with responsibility for global compensation and retirement programs and has since expanded her role to include healthcare benefits for Delta’s 90,000 global employees. She is currently leading an effort to transform Delta’s U.S. healthcare benefits.
Prior to joining Delta, Kelley held a similar total rewards leadership position at UPS and consulted with Willis Towers Watson for 15+ years with a focus on benefits.
Currently, Kelley serves as chair for the Atlanta Go Red for Women Campaign for the American Heart Association.
Kelley is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and graduated from Vanderbilt University, cum laude, with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics. Kelley lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband, Mark, and 10-year-old twin boys, Ben and Drew.
Head of Rewards, IHG Hotels and Resorts
Luke Marble, Head of Rewards, IHG Hotels and Resorts leads a team responsible for the compensation, retirement, and healthcare for North America and Latin America. Luke joined IHG in June of 2019 with over 20 years of global compensation, benefits, HRIS, and mergers and acquisition experience across a wide array of industries including retail, logistics, and helathcare.
Prior to joining IHG, Luke held global leadership positions with Coca-Cola, Agility Logistics, and Royal Phillips.
Luke holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Winona State University and and MBA in Finance. Luke commutes between Atlanta and the Twin Cities where his wife of 20 years and two children reside.