Stacey Stone - USA | SVP, Revenue Management, Norwegian Cruise Lines Holdings
Stacey Stone is the Senior Vice President of Revenue Management for Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, based in Florida, USA. With over 25 years of experience in optimizing revenues for several cruise and travel organizations, Stacey is accountable for pricing and promotions that will achieve or surpass corporate financial targets, as well as maximizing various revenue streams. Her business acumen and financial analytics have resulted in tens of millions of dollars in additional revenue or cost savings for both Oceania and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. In 2006, Stacey won the Carlson Companies Golden Rose award for her innovative contributions to revenue growth that were an integral part of the turnaround at Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Stacey is a well-rounded individual with in-depth knowledge of marketing, sales, ship operations and itinerary planning. While keenly focused on revenue generation, Stacey is equally as passionate about delivering memorable and enriching vacations to passengers. Stacey is an avid traveler who has visited over 50 countries and loves to immerse herself in other cultures. Travel has provided a unique spiritual, intellectual and cultural education that influences her daily life. When not traveling, Stacey loves to tend to her gardens and reap the rewards of a successful growing season.
Judith Eastwood - IWF UK | VP Lifecycle Improvement, BAE Systems
Judith Eastwood leads the P&S Project Management Office, responsible for project management across the sector, including training, development, governance, processes and tools. She also sits on the Inc and Global PM capability groups, which are responsible for ensuring global training coherence.
With 30 years’ experience in defense, Judith has worked across the air and land sectors as a program manager and business manager. She has a strong background in change management, having undertaken roles within the company to reorganize businesses and carry out change programs and business recovery.
Since arriving in the United States in 2011, Judith has been the Vice President of Performance Excellence for Land and Armaments. More recently, she was Vice President and Deputy General Manager of OSI. In the United Kingdom, she led the campaign for the $1 billion upgrade to the Warrior Armoured Vehicle for the British Army. She has also held the post of Head of Strategy for Land Systems and as Transformation Manager for Weapons & Vehicles. During her time in the Air Sector, she spent 12 months on secondment with the UK Ministry of Defence, working within the Defence Procurement Organisation on the F35 Joint Strike Fighter Project. She was also the Project Director for the Tactical Data Links upgrade to the Harrier and Tornado aircraft.
Judith began her career in broadcasting as the first female transmitter engineer to be employed by the Independent Broadcasting Authority. She then went on to receive a BSc in Systems Engineering and Management.