Deb Cunningham

Senior Advisor, Strategic Partnerships

Deb has spent more than twenty years developing ideas (and people) in marketing and event strategy, brand positioning, collateral material design, strategic partnerships, and revenue generation while holding positions at The White House, The Advisory Board Company, and Atlantic Media Company.

Prior to joining the Institute on a full-time basis as Senior Advisor, she was the President of her own company, Fleuris Group, where she helped clients to formulate new products, raise funds, design messaging campaigns and collateral, and to create live event gatherings to advance clients, messages and relationships with key audiences. Clients included: Forbes Magazine, National Journal Group, Foreign Policy/FP Group, The New Republic, New York Public Library, Georgetown University, Meridian International, and Venture Philanthropy Partners, among others.

Raised in California and a graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles, she still more than two decades later considers herself a Californian at heart. Actively raising two teenage sons, Deb lovingly lectures them that You Own Your Personal Brand, and often laughs with them to the point of tears.

Jamie Davidow

Program Associate

Jamie Davidow is a Program Associate for Aspen Ideas: Health, where she helps lead logistics and coordinate activation for major donors, corporations, foundations, and organizations underwriting the festival. She also assists in policy research and program development.

Raised in Virginia, Jamie received her bachelor’s degree from Franklin and Marshall College, where she studied Government with a focus on public health and was a captain of the Varsity Women’s Rowing Team. In her free time, she enjoys spooky podcasts and playing with her rambunctious cat.

Katie Taylor

Marketing & Communications Manager

Katie Taylor is the Marketing and Communications Manager for Aspen Ideas: Health.  Each June, during the three opening days of the Aspen Ideas Festival, our community of experts, innovators, and advocates gather in Aspen, CO, to explore bold approaches to better health. A mixture of formats—including dynamic interviews, engaging panel discussions, and special cultural offerings—foster learning, encourage interaction with speakers, and spark new ideas that lead to action.

Prior to joining The Aspen Institute, Katie helped lead community engagement and digital content strategy at Reebok and the American Heart Association.  She holds a Master of Science in Social and Public Communication from The London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Science from The George Washington University.