Chris Little

Chief Marketing Officer

Chris began her marketing career in business aviation services more than 16 years ago, working for an East Coast Part 135 private jet charter and management company and its affiliate FBO. She established the company’s marketing department and led successful rebrand strategies and initiatives through multimedia and digital marketing, advertising, PR, targeted events, and promotional activations. She established greater brand awareness and recognition for her previous company, locally and nationally, increasing sales activities and profitability. Chris also launched several internal communications initiatives, contributing to better workflows, increased efficiencies and promoting positive company culture.

Chris relocated back to California and worked for an aviation services company which included marketing aircraft for sale and a Part 145 Maintenance and Repair facility. She led a successful brand merge and launched a new website and fresh marketing collateral.

Inspired by Desert Jet’s story, values, and culture, Chris soon joined Desert Jet and moved to the desert to become a part of an incredible company focused on growing together as a team.

Dedicated to her role as the Chief Marketing Officer, Chris is responsible for developing and implementing Desert Jet’s marketing strategy. She continues to expand brand awareness, recognition, and reach across all product lines increasing market share and brand loyalty. She brings her intense passion for excellence, high work ethic, creativity, analytic skills, and enthusiastic determination to enhance the company culture and the brand’s continued success.

Chris enjoys cooking, traveling, socializing, and photography in her spare time and is a foodie. She loves to volunteer, hike, ride her bike, and spend time with family.

Chris Little

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