As a seasoned creative manager with nearly two decades of experience in project management and executive-level, VIP and large-scale event coordination for more than 5,000 people in the entertainment industry, Booker has extensive experience in all aspects of managing complex production, sales and departmental management. Over his career, Booker has gained valuable expertise in a range of management and leadership related functions, including managing high-profile productions, while conducting on-camera interviews with an array of people including influential musicians, TV and film artists, and everyday people doing extraordinary things. Booker also prides himself on being a team player by keeping morale high, making strategic decisions and finding and eliminating production redundancies. Martin grew up in Mount Vernon and moved back from California in 2019.
Facility Rental Manager
When Megan was in grade school, one of her favorite activities was planning birthday parties for the neighborhood dogs. Now that she's grown up, the dogs stay home while Megan helps YOU plan parties. From receptions to fundraisers, weddings, performances, and everything in between, Megan is proud to bring her two decades of experience in theatrical and event management to the Mount Vernon Arts Consortium and its pillar venues.
When Brian's mother claimed that no one was going to pay him to go to parties and concerts, he accepted the challenge. He has worked with national artists in venues including Cain Park (Cleveland Heights) and The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Before returning to Knox County, he worked in rental and sales for Vincent Lighting Systems. Brian looks forward to sharing his experience to enhance productions with the Arts Consortium partner organizations.
Carrie loves a great story. From writing her own and pairing them with cut-out magazine pictures as a young girl, to creating the perfect combination of words and images through her graphic design firm, she has always delighted in meaningful stories. With more than 20 years' experience in marketing for central Ohio nonprofits, she is excited to help the amazing arts venues in Mount Vernon share their stories.
A computer guru from a very young age, Scott has a penchant for details, numbers, and using data to help people make smarter decisions. With more than a decade of ticketing and box office experience with local organizations, he is perfectly positioned to assist the Consortium and the venues it serves in creating a positive ticket buying and customer service experience.