Ten trainees at CAA have taken a big step up in their careers.
Half of the promotions are in the music department, where Janet Kim, Phil Quist and Lanell Rumion are now agents based out of Los Angeles, with new counterparts David Ball in London and Ben Schildkraut in New York.
CAA also has minted television agents Angela Dallas (in the L.A. office) and Ali Spiesman (in New York).
Also in Los Angeles are new baseball agent Matt Brownstein and Allison Wruble, who is now an executive in CAA's Innovation group.
And finally, London-based Natalie Drye is now an executive in CAA Sports' property sales department, which has closed more than $3.5 billion worth of new sponsorship business (including deals involving Yankee Stadium, Madison Square Garden, the San Francisco 49ers' Levi's Stadium and the Golden State Warriors' upcoming home at the Chase Center).
This article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.