The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has appointed JULIE GOETZ as director of communications. Goetz goes to the Pittsburgh Symphony from her previous position as founding communications manager of the Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD), a $100 million public grant-making agency in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. At RAD, Goetz was in charge of the organization’s comprehensive communications and marketing programs, including accessibility. She also spearheaded RADical Days, an annual multi-week event which provides free admission to arts and culture organizations throughout Allegheny County and is funded by RAD. Goetz’s experience in communications includes serving as director of communications and advertising for Children Now in Los Angeles and New York, and as research director for the television miniseries Separate But Equal and for Thurgood, a one-man show about Thurgood Marshall, which ran on Broadway. Goetz was also a senior producer for Deardourff/The Media Company. She holds a bachelor of arts in communications from American University.
Posted March 1, 2019