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Courtnee LeClaire Westendorf

Courtnee LeClaire Westendorf has a relentless pursuit to positively impact the lives of others. Whether through her successful 25 year career developing globally recognized marketing initiatives or the creation of a platform to foster self confidence and combat bullying, her goal is to connect with people and make a difference in their lives.

Westendorf most recently served as the Oakland Raiders chief marketing officer, SVP of marketing. She was chartered with the development and execution of all marketing and event strategies as the franchise relocates to Las Vegas, Nevada. Over the past three years, she led the evolution and growth of the Raiders brand, as the team looked to strengthen its relationship with one of the most diverse and passionate global fan bases in the NFL.

Prior to joining the Raiders, Westendorf served as vice president of marketing for Intel, redefining marketing partnerships for the company through unique engagements with some of the world’s leading sports properties, including Barcelona FC and the San Francisco 49ers. Prior to Intel, she was vice president of consumer marketing for Disney, responsible for developing go-to-market strategies for Disney digital and entertainment properties.

Westendorf started her career at Apple, spending over a decade in senior marketing roles leading brand and consumer partnerships, as well as serving in an array of key marketing functions in support of the company’s launches of the iMac, iTunes, the iPod, iPhone, the App ecosystem and related products and services.

Westendorf holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Loyola Marymount University and a Master’s degree in education from Pepperdine University. She is a fifth-generation Bay Area Californian residing in San Jose with her daughters.