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UTA Promotes 24 Employees to Partner

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Selena Kuznikov UTA has announced its newest class of partners, consisting of 24 employees. The new partners come from a wide range of practices and business areas from across the company including talent, music, publishing, comedy touring, executive search, endorsements and voiceover, MediaLink and Klutch Sports Group. “Each of these new partners embodies UTA’s commitment to innovation, entrepreneurship and collaboration, which translates into impeccable service for our clients,” said David Kramer, UTA president. “We are thrilled to welcome them to the UTA partnership.

I’m especially encouraged to see the wide variety of newer departments and businesses this group of partners hails from, reflecting the success of our expansion and diversification strategy over the past several years.” The new partners include Obi Asika, Kevin Gimble, Steve Gordon, Jeffery Hasson and Matt Meyer in the music area; Byrd Leavell, Albert Lee and Christy Fletcher in publishing; Doug Edely and Heidi Feigin in comedy touring; Nigel Meiojas and Brian Nossokoff in talent.

Andrea Kerr Redniss, Donna Sharp, Christopher Vollmer, Mark Wagman and Devrie DeMarco became partners in MediaLink; Nicole Lynn and Andrew Feinberg in Klutch Sports Group; Roysi Erbes and Michele James in UTA executive search; Dan Constable in endorsements and voiceover; Damon Lau in UTA Creators; Jennifer Palacios in entertainment and culture marketing.

Over the past year, including the newly announced partners, UTA has promoted nearly 130 people. Recent UTA acquisitions have included sports agency Rep 1 Baseball and One Legacy Sports Management by Klutch, JUV Consulting, literary agency Fletcher & Co.

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