Leslie Bradshaw is the Managing Partner of the New York office of Made by Many, an innovation company that helps global brands invent new digital products that result in stronger customer relationships and new revenue streams. Headquartered in London, Made by Many helps its clients take on the challenge of rapid change in markets and technologies by creating digital products and new ventures that deliver transformational business impact, unlock new revenue streams, meet customer needs and, ultimately, leapfrog market leaders.
Named one of the "Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company in 2013, Leslie's areas of focus for the US Chamber’s Foundation are interpreting and visualizing data, knowing what it takes to build and grow companies and how to create lasting business impact through innovation.
The combination of her operational leadership, creative thinking, passion for data-driven storytelling, and ability to successfully engage across disciplines has aided vanguard brands with some of their most innovative executions, including helping architect the de facto social strategy for Nike’s custom shoe division (NIKEiD) still used today, the collaboration between NASA and foursquare to bring about the first check-in from space, the concepting and development of Intel’s brand storytelling platform “iQ“, Google’s data visualization efforts around the 2012 Election, and C-SPAN’s 2008 and 2012 Election efforts and their Peabody-winning Archives redesign in 2009.
A graduate of the University of Chicago and partner in her family's Willamette Valley-based pinot noir vineyard, Bradshaw led her first company to the Inc. 500 list twice for revenue growth experienced during her tenure.