Maureen Andersen, president and CEO, INTIX A Magical Career Maureen Andersen is known as an innovator, a mentor and a voice of reason in the ticketing industry One of the moments that helped shape Maureen Andersen’s career happened during her first trip to New York City, when she was 23, “naive, young and excited to be on the Great White Way.” At that time, the president and CEO of the International Ticketing Association was one year into a 23-year stint with the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, where she was director of ticketing services from 1982 to 2005. “We tried to get tickets to “Cats,” which was the biggest hit on Broadway at the time, but it was sold out,” she said. “Then, with all the naiveté of the young, we went over to the Palace Theatre where “La Cage aux Folles” had just started in previews.” After brazenly… Continue Reading Women of Influence: Maureen Andersen

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