LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) ICM Partners has promoted Danielle Beckford, Kyle Kernohan and Liz Pantone to agents in the Concerts department effective immediately. All three will report to Partners and Concerts Department Heads Steve Levine, Rob Prinz and Mark Siegel.
Danielle Beckford started her career at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre and then joined ICM Partners as an intern while she was receiving her masters in Entertainment Industry Management at Carnegie Mellon University. Upon graduation, Beckford began her full-time position at ICM Partners as Mark Siegel’s assistant in the Concerts Department and was later upped to department coordinator. She is heavily involved with the Office of Black Ministry’s Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Fund that supports inner city youth with college scholarships and funds a secondary school in Sassier, Haiti. Beckford also received a BS from Penn State University in Business Management. She is based in ICM’s New York office.
Kyle Kernohan joined ICM as an intern in June 2012. He started his career as an assistant in the Comedy Touring department and then transitioned into the Urban Music Department in April 2013. He was promoted to coordinator in February 2016. For the past year, Kernohan has been an instrumental member of ICM’s festival booking team. He will be participating in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Workplace Mentorship Program this coming year. Kyle is based in ICM’s Los Angeles office and is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine.
Liz Pantone began her career at The Agency Group after graduating Cum Laude from Skidmore College. She joined ICM as an assistant to Department Head and Partner Mark Siegel in 2013. She was later upped to coordinator. Pantone is based in ICM’s New York office and is originally from New York, New York.
“Danielle, Kyle and Liz have each proven to be great assets to the department and we look forward to the strong careers they each have ahead of them,” Partners and Department heads Steve Levine, Rob Prinz and Mark Siegel said.