Barrington Stage Company Board of Trustees Welcomes New Member

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Barrington Stage Company has welcomed Jodi Tartell to its Board of Trustees.

"Jodi has demonstrated a strong commitment to Pittsfield's economic and cultural growth and we are very pleased to welcome her to our board," said Barrington Stage Board President Marita Glodt.

"I find no organization more visible or responsible for Pittsfield's renaissance and revitalization than Barrington Stage," Tartell said. "I'm honored to serve on the Board of Trustees for Barrington Stage Company to further contribute to its remarkable growth and future success."

Tartell received her undergraduate degree from Tulane University and her MBA from Fordham University. She previously worked in the financial sector with several large Wall Street firms and was a market maker for NASDAQ listed securities. In addition, she has worked in the real estate industry and is the owner/broker of Compass Realty Properties, she has helped develop numerous commercial and residential projects, including affordable housing.

As part of her advocacy, she has been a longtime patron for numerous charitable organizations, including those concerning health, education and the arts.


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