Carolyn Tisch Blodgett recently left Peloton where she served as the head of global marketing for the last 4 years. Carolyn joined the company as the first head of marketing when the company had 30,000 members and a little over $100M in revenue and left with 3.1M members globally and a market capitalization of $35B. Carolyn Tisch Sussman, a daughter of Laurie M. Tisch of New York and S. Donald Sussman, began working in August in Purchase, N.Y., as an associate marketing manager at PepsiCo, the soft drink manufacturer. She received an M.B.A. from Harvard. She also serves on the board of the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund, a foundation that increases access and opportunity for New Yorkers through the arts and education and promotes healthy eating. Her father is the chairman of Trust Asset Management in Portland, Me., and the founder and chairman of Paloma Partners, a hedge fund in Greenwich. He also serves on the boards of Carnegie Hall, the Center for American Progress, Skidmore College and the Portland Museum of Art. Her mother is also the vice chairwoman of the boards of Lincoln Center and Teachers College, Columbia University, and a member of the boards of the Whitney Museum of Art, the Aspen Institute and the New York Giants of the N.F.L., of which she and her family are co-owners. The bride is a stepdaughter of Representative Chellie Pingree, Democrat of Maine. The bride’s maternal grandfather, the late Preston Robert Tisch, was a founder of the Loews Corporation in New York and was the chairman and a co-chief executive of the Giants.