New leadership roles for San Antonio Symphony staffers

Posted on: December 20, 2016

“The San Antonio Symphony announced new leadership roles Monday to bolster the future success of the organization,” writes Rocio Guenther in Friday’s (12/16) Rivard Report (San Antonio, TX). “Earlier this year, the San Antonio Symphony’s board and major donors released the terms of a $600,000 funding agreement meant to lift the organization out of … a pattern of operating deficits for the last 30 years…. The operations team hopes to strengthen the foundation of the nonprofit performing arts organization and reinforce future development plans. This week, organization leadership promoted ‘additional dedicated staffers to roles where their experience, passion, and drive will continue to shine.’ Karina Bharne, former vice president of concert production, has been named vice president and general manager of the symphony…. The symphony has hired Jessica M. Anderson as vice president of marketing and public relations…. Annette Paulin, who served as director of grants for the symphony for four years, has been named vice president of development.” Said San Antonio Symphony President David Gross, “The San Antonio Symphony is fortunate to have these three extremely gifted professionals in leadership roles. I am confident that Karina, Jessica, and Annette will contribute greatly to the Symphony’s future success.”

Posted December 20, 2016