ICM Partners Promotes Three to Agent

Courtesy of ICM Partners

ICM Partners has promoted three coordinators to agent in the concerts department.

Danielle Beckford, who joined ICM as an intern while working on her master's degree in entertainment industry management at Carnegie Mellon and after graduating became assistant to concerts head Mark Siegel, an agency partner. She has a bachelor of science degree in business management from Penn State and began her career at Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre. Beckford, who is heavily involved with the New York archdiocese's Office of Black Ministry, specifically working with its Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Fund, is based in ICM's New York office.

Kyle Kernohan, who joined ICM as an intern in 2012. He then became an assistant in the comedy touring department before switching to urban music in April 2013, and then in February 2016 getting promoted to coordinator, where he is part of the festival booking team. The UC Irvine alumnus, who will participate in the Big Brothers Big Sisters' workplace mentorship program this year, will be based in ICM's Los Angeles office.

Liz Pantone, who joined ICM as an assistant to Siegel in 2013, began her career at The Agency Group. The Skidmore College alumna, who graduated cum laude, will be based in the New York office.

"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," said partners and department heads Siegel, Steve Levine and Rob Prinz in a joint statement.

A version of this article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.