Vice president of guest service for U.S. concerts/venues, Live Nation (Courtesy Live Nation)
Her motorcycle diaries are short, but the wait for a Dodgers championship seems long.
I thought I’d grow up to be
A rock journalist.
First job in the industry
Live Nation, 2006. I was the assistant to the VP of national marketing.
Travel, cook, Pilates, go to Dodger games and get angry that they can’t seem to win a World Series.
Just finished Jeff Tweedy’s memoir, “Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back).”
A few years back I decided it was finally time to live my dream of riding a motorcycle. I quickly realized that, sadly, this was a dream better situated in fantasy than reality.
Favorite live event attended
Top five: Kendrick Lamar (Sasquatch festival, 2015), Jason Isbell (The Wiltern, 2016), Pearl Jam (Wrigley Field, 2016), Tom Petty (Wrigley Field, 2017), Paul McCartney (Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, 2017).
Best day on the job
The day Wilson Rogers (Live Nation EVP for amphitheater operations at the time) offered me the opportunity to move into a venue operations position.
Worst day on the job
When the sacred spaces of live music are disrupted by horror and violence. Those are my worst days.