An experienced entertainment attorney, she will join the leadership team at the MENA/SWANA-focused NYC company.
A writer based in Atlanta and a frequent contributor to the magazine, she will now help lead its return to print.
An experience fundraiser for nonprofits across the U.S., he is returning to the region where he was raised and educated.
The company’s current finance and HR director, she will succeed Joel Ruark after his 26 years in the executive role.
Weeks after stepping into the role on an interim basis after Tim Bond’s departure, Sardelli and the board have made the leadership transition official.
Working alongside Cynthia Flowers, they will succeed Sarah Benson and Meropi Peponides as co-directors, continuing the theatre’s shared leadership model.
Currently co-leading Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, N.Y., Mannelli wiill follow Michael Maso’s 41-year term in the Boston post.
Her leadership, which spanned the Great Recession, recovery, COVID, and other ups and downs, focused on audiences and equity, diversity, and inclusion.
With experience in marketing and audience engagement, Beardsley joins a leadership that includes producing artistic director Paul Daigneault and new board co-chair Constance Gist Guindo.
Maltais suceeds Bernadine C. Griffin, who retired after 21 years at the Seattle company.