Tessitura Network, the leader in technology for the arts and cultural sector, is pleased to announce changes to titles and responsibilities in the Asia Pacific region.
In recognition of his exceptional leadership, Jeremy Dixon is now Managing Director for the region. “Dixon has been instrumental in building and running the Tessitura Network business in Australia and New Zealand,” said Jack Rubin, CEO of Tessitura Network. “Dixon has nurtured strong relationships with the numerous member organisations representing every sector of arts and culture, all across Australia and New Zealand.”
Amalia Hordern is now Associate Director for Tessitura’s operations in the Asia Pacific region. This new title recognises her role in providing strategic guidance throughout the lifecycle of member organisations. “This role will ensure sustainability for the region,” said Rubin, “and broadens the scope of the strong work that Amalia has been doing.”
In addition, George Browning is now serving as the Support Lead, and Dale Ric-Hansen as Technical Lead, for the Asia Pacific region.
“There has always been a fantastic level of true collaboration across the globe, with regional teams interacting daily,” noted Jeremy Dixon. “As the company grows, we need to ensure that we strengthen the alignment and collaboration that already underpin our work.”
“The Tessitura Network Asia Pacific team is fantastic, and we value all that they all do,” said Rubin. “I commend their strong work in numerous areas: support, technical assistance, onboarding of new members, and ongoing leadership to help arts and cultural organisations meet and exceed their goals.”
“As we coordinate and align activities more clearly across regions,” added Rubin, “these title and responsibility changes reflect both our global scope and our local focus.”