Mark is responsible for creating the vision and mission for Hennepin Theatre Trust — and defining the delivery of services to a wide variety of stakeholders, including the board of directors, the team, patrons, donors, sponsors and constituencies.
Jim stewards the Trust’s finances and oversees the information technology department. He also develops and implements the Trust’s human resource practices which enable staff members to reach their full potential— and help the organization achieve outstanding results.
Brooks is responsible for all aspects of monthly financial processing and reporting. He leads the process for preparing financial statements and is also responsible for reconciling shows and the underlying budgetary data.
Brittany is responsible for the oversight of all accounting and finance activities at the Trust. She implements and oversees a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to ensure exceptional stewardship, manage risk, and ensure the accuracy of the Trust’s reported financial results.
Jason manages and operates the day-to-day functions of 900 Hennepin, and provides technical requirements for all content.
Caroline is responsible for executing front-of-house operation of Hennepin Theatre Trust events. She manages the guest experience in the PNC Encore Lounge and the Jack Link's Legend Lounge before Broadway shows and coordinates internal events.
Katie is responsible for supporting the finance team in the accounts payable, accounts receivable and cash receipt functions. She works directly with team members to ensure accurate financial reporting.
Andrew is responsible for the guest experience at the Trust’s 900 Hennepin. He works directly with guests and oversees the end-to-end process of both internal and external events.
Julie provides direct support to the president/CEO of the Trust. She is responsible for managing his schedule and maintaining a consistent and positive relationship with senior leadership, the Board of Directors and a wide range of external contacts.
Maddie builds and maintains strong relationships with the Trust’s hospitality partners and is responsible for executing details of agreements in partnership with staff members across the organization.
Carlye provides concierge-level services to Trust supporters. She also gives critical support to the development team, including handling and managing data, coordinating communications and providing administrative assistance.
Julie is responsible for developing and stewarding revenue-generating partnerships with corporations, businesses and corporate foundations.
Sarah supports the development team by researching prospective donors, foundations and corporations, and works to prepare grant proposals.
Karen is responsible for securing government and foundation grants, as well as cultivating relationships with new and existing funders for the Trust’s education, theatre and Cultural District work.
Morgan works with individuals to identify their philanthropic interests and secures support for the Trust’s mission and fundraising priorities.
Programming and Marketing
Lisa is responsible for the programming choices of the Trust's theatres and is the primary liaison with the Broadway programming consultant.
Joan leads the ongoing development, coordination and implementation of public art and placemaking initiatives throughout downtown Minneapolis.
Ari manages the Spotlight Education program, including workshops, masterclasses and school partnerships.
Laura is responsible for executing the marketing of single-ticket campaigns for assigned shows and assisting with the Broadway on Hennepin season subscription campaign. She also oversees sales and marketing campaigns for non-theatrical programming.
Vanessa is responsible for coordinating Spotlight Education, including event planning, relationship management and graphic design.
Matt manages advertising, media campaigns, and reporting for select single-ticket shows and events.
Megan is responsible for marketing single-ticket campaigns for assigned shows and events at the Trust, as well as non-theatrical programming.
Julia supports the Spotlight Education team and manages the scheduling and coordination of Education activities.
Erin provides general administrative support to the Marketing team and front line customer service on behalf of the team.
Meena manages programming for the Placemaking & Public Art department activities involving: Made Here, 5 to 10 and the Hennepin Avenue Reconstruction.
Jane arranges and supports all elements of the Trust’s artistic installations throughout the WeDo MPLS Cultural District.
Pete coordinates the Trust’s education and community engagement initiatives, including our Access program and Spotlight Education’s Critical Review.
Andrea develops and directs strategies to raise Hennepin Theatre Trust’s visibility among key stakeholders including the public, media, legislators and donors through integrated public relations and communications strategies.
Laura leads a variety of email and social media campaigns, and manages website content on the Trust website.
Dale plans and executes media outreach strategies for Hennepin Theatre Trust. He also serves as a Trust spokesperson and advises on media relations and messaging.