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Tucson Young Professionals holds a monthly CEO Roundtable as an avenue of professional development for our members and the community.
We ask our featured speaker to candidly speak for 30-35 minutes about their story of successes, pitfalls and laughs on their journey to becoming a successful leader. Change and transition is often hard, and young professionals can often feel like discovering their value and progressing in their career feels like a lot of change and transition all at once. How do you do it well? Our CEO Roundtable speaker for July, Kathryn R Martin has over 30 years of experience leading arts and culture organizations and mentoring consultants during times of change and transition. As one of this country’s top Professional Interim CEO’s, Kathryn has led ten arts and culture organizations forward – currently serving as President & CEO of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. Based in Santa Barbara, CA, Kathryn is creating a movement of leaders and organizations (at a crossroads of some kind) – who are finding and speaking their impact – their true value – so that they can help others.”
Ticket includes event entry and appetizers.
- Always free for TYP Members – NEW: Enter your email address as the promo code to reveal your free ticket.
- $15 for community members
Tickets available online until 4pm the day of the event.
- 5:30-6:00pm Networking and Appetizers
- 6:00-6:30pm CEO Roundtable
- 6:30-6:45pm Q&A and Closing
What is TYP?
Tucson Young Professionals is a group of young business and community leaders focused on the attraction, retention, and promotion of young professionals in Tucson. Together we create a voice to help impact the development and growth of Tucson. Welcoming ages 21-45.
More About Kathryn:
Kathryn R. Martin is one of the top expert Interim Leaders and Transition Strategists in the United States; and coaches non-profit boards, founders and executives to create empowered and strategic transitions; leveraging moments of change into opportunities of growth, revenue-generation, engagement and success.
Integrating a unique hands-on consulting approach into intuitive transformational leadership coaching, Kathryn creates the possibilities for breakthrough’s and big shifts – quickly, and is known for helping clients quickly get unstuck, and moving from their “Point A” into their extraordinary “Point B”. Kathryn has led ten arts and culture organizations through transition as a professional interim Executive Director – most recently serving as Interim President & CEO of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Interim Executive Director of the Santa Barbara Symphony, Interim President & CEO of the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts in Milwaukee, and Executive Director of the Linda Pace Foundation. She has consulted with over 100 arts and culture organizations, and has supervised, trained and coached professional Interim leaders placed in arts and culture organizations across the United States.
Named “Top Leadership Coach 2019” by IAOTP, Kathryn’s leadership coaching clients are now in their dream jobs (life!), following their passion with joy and ease leading in corporations, businesses, symphony orchestras, operas, theaters, dance companies, foundations, universities and social service agencies around the world.
Organizational clients report increases in earned and contributed revenue, stakeholder engagement and organizational confidence; and appreciate Kathryn’s blend of industry best practices, encouragement, strong strategic messaging and positioning, a proven process, intuition and insight. Kathryn was Vice President at Arts Consulting Group (ACG) from 2003-2015, and in 2009, she led the successful merger creating the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus. Prior to joining ACG, Kathryn was Managing Director and SummerFest General Manager at the La Jolla Music Society from 1998 to 2003, managing the internationally acclaimed chamber music festival. During her tenure, she provided strong leadership, increasing contributed income by 160% in four years and earned income increases of 103% over the same period. Previously, she oversaw capital improvement projects and the production of more than 250 events annually as the Production and Facilities Manager at the Department of Music, University of California San Diego.
Kathryn serves on the Boards of the Association of California Symphony Orchestras and Santa Barbara