NEW YORK — JetBlue has filled two vacant leadership roles with two of its own, promoting Doug McGraw to VP of corporate communications and Elizabeth Windram to VP of marketing.

Both McGraw and Windram have been serving in those roles on an interim basis since their predecessors left the airline last year.

McGraw will oversee the company’s communications strategy, including internal communications, media relations, reputation management, social media and financial communications. He has served as JetBlue’s director, corporate communications for the past three years leading external communications, reputation management, and operational crewmember communications.

He steps into a role previously held by Nancy Elder, who left to head Mattel's communications department in September.

Windram will lead JetBlue’s brand strategy, including advertising, content and social media, digital marketing, regional marketing, loyalty and product development. She has served as JetBlue’s director, brand and advertising for the past two years. Previously she spent seven years at E&J Gallo Winery where she led brands including Barefoot Wine & Bubbly.

Windram replaces Jamie Perry, who joined PepsiCo as its head of North American e-commerce marketing in October.