Women in Ticketing Series
Dani Rose Blooms as Art-Reach’s Director of Development
Danielle “Dani” Rose’s passion for disability and cultural rights advocacy began years ago when she was working in the call center at Ticket Philadelphia, the customer service arm of the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Kimmel Cultural Campus.
Wendy Brown, Michigan State University’s Associate AD of Ticket Operations, has been working on-campus jobs for her entire professional career.
Maria Fulay is looking to sell the most views . . . er, tickets at the YouTube Theater
Lyndsey Jackson is currently the Deputy CEO of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society. But she personally prefers the title “professional applauder.”
How Anna Wessely found her voice, then found success in ticketing technology.
You won’t find too many people who love their job more than Jenifer LaMorte, Vice President of Business Development at Tessitura Network.
2021 Recap: INTIX’s Women in Ticketing Series
“Most of us fell into ticketing by accident, because it is rarely talked about or taught in schools as a career option.”
Christine “Chris” Stasiuk
Before Christine “Chris” Stasiuk became Head Treasurer of the historic St. James Theatre’s box office six years ago, she put together one of the most eclectic resumes in the ticketing business.
Cate Foltin, Business Manager for the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts in Michigan, “grew up” on the producing side of live theatre.
Those who work in the ticketing and live events business are generally personable people. And they don’t get more personable than Wendi Yanez.
A lot of people in the ticketing business have cool jobs. I’d classify Rebecca Throne’s job as hot! She is the Head of Ticketing for Burning Man Project.
2021 Mid-Year Roundup
Halfway through 2021, spark some inspiration by revisiting the women featured — and their best pieces of advice — so far this year.
Christy Grantham says she most loves the “magic parts” of her job.
Lori Murphy of the Washington Nationals loves the pure end result of ticketing: watching people watching the game.
Lori Garza is certain she’s ready for the uncertain future.
It’s no wonder that longtime industry pro Phoebe Joecks refers to herself as a “ticketing chameleon.”
Paciolan’s Senior Director of External Operations is a great person to give advice to young people just entering the business, especially young women.
Wendi Lebow, Chief Venue Officer for Goldstar Events Inc., has been in the live event business for over 20 years.
Kim Tran is doing her best to ensure live events Down Under don’t go down or under.
Amy Maiden shows her iron as Chief Strategy Officer of AKA Australia.
Patricia Pratt began working part time as a ticket seller at the BankcorpSouth Arena in Tupelo, Mississippi.
Linda Deckard is the founder of Amusement Business, Venues Today/Venues Now and the Based on Truth blog.
Frankie Accardi-Peri was a part of and eventually led a team of Deadheads who fulfilled the band’s many mail-order ticket requests.
10 Women in Ticketing: A Year in Review
In 2019, Access celebrated the women of the ticketing industry by launching an interview series focused on their passion for their careers, advice for aspiring women in the field and what INTIX means to them.
A great team certainly calls for a great ticketing executive, and Golden State has one in Stevie Gray.
Lisa Thomas-Cutts is a big proponent of women in the ticketing industry.
Angela Higgins founded the specialist consultancy, Antix Management, in 2007 to provide sales and ticketing strategy for live events across Australia and New Zealand.
Jo Michel has more than two decades of experience in the ticketing industry in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Crystal Brewe is the Senior Vice President of Strategic Marketing & Communications for the Kimmel Center Cultural Campus in Philadelphia.
Ebony Hattix's day-to-day responsibilities involve the "superhero stuff."
As Caesars Entertainment’s Vice President of Global Ticketing, Amy Graca oversees 90 live entertainment venues around the world.
The ticketing industry has been very good for Linda Forlini, and she, in turn, has been very good for it.
Jane Kleinberger: A powerful woman cedes power to new female leadership.