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Webinar: The Art of Management: Finding Representation & Seeking a Career in Talent Management‍


If you missed our live Weekly Webinar "The Art of Management: Finding Representation & Seeking a Career in Talent Management" this month you can watch it for free! Watch our very own Development Director, Jacqueline Gibson moderate with our host, Lierin Pena of Mick Management.

Lierin Pena is an Artist Manager at Mick Management. She was born in White County, AR, raised between Houston, TX and Cleburne County and graduated from Belmont University in 2014. Lierin worked for Creative Artists Agency’s Nashville office and as the day-to-day manager at Thirty Tigers for Jason Isbell, St. Paul and the Broken Bones and John Moreland, running label operations for Isbell’s Southeastern Records. Lierin moved to New York in 2016 to join Mick Management, working across the roster with artists like Maggie Rogers and Brett Dennen. She currently lives in Brooklyn.

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