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The Team

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About our team
Each of our reps is considered a tastemaker amongst their peers and is deeply rooted in the social fabric of their school. At the forefront of introducing new music and artists, they create fun and captivating experiences to keep their market in the know, and are always looking to partner with new outlets and connections to do so. Click through the map to meet our team and connect with the rep in your market.

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Full Time Team

  • Wendy Richard
    Wendy Richard
    Director, Warner Music U
    From the moment she entered her first mosh pit at a Sevendust show in Madison, WI, Wendy knew she would someday work in the music industry. A multitude of concerts, meet and greets, internships and promotional positions later, Wendy found herself working as a WMG college rep at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and from there, moving to the Big Apple to work full time with Warner Music Group. Fast forward 10+ years, Wendy now oversees the Warner Music U college program, and helps a new generation of college reps realize their potential and make their mark in this industry. And she’s still attending Sevendust shows!
  • Matthew Alioto
    Matthew Alioto
    Manager, Warner Music U
    Raised on big band/swing, classic rock, 90s freestyle, and Fried Chicken Cutlets in a napkin, Matt Alioto cultivated a deep passion for music from a very young age. After playing lead guitar for a Brooklyn based Pop/Punk band for a few years, he took his talents to Baruch College where he became General Manager of WBMB Radio, Student Ambassador for Sony Electronics, and graduated with a Double Major in Management of Musical Enterprises and Digital Marketing. After a year of hustling, he landed a gig at Warner Music Group. Likes: Waka’s adlibs, anything deep fried, and tracking superfluous stats. Dislikes: Vegan Gastropubs.
  • Karlie Keaveney
    Karlie Keaveney
    Coordinator, Warner Music U
    Karlie grew up on Long Island, New York, where she was always surrounded by pop/punk, 80's hair metal, and bubblegum pop music. Her life changed when she was 12 years old and saw Green Day for the first time in concert. It was from there on that she knew that she wanted to work in the music industry. Once in college, she landed an internship at Atlantic Records, and soon after became a WMG College Rep at Pace University. She now helps oversee the entire Warner Music U team, and she loves getting to work with all of the reps every day! Karlie is known for wearing a "Make America Emo Again" hat, a Britney Spears backpack, and for getting way too invested in Big Brother.