Jody Kuh has worked worldwide as a stage manager, production manager and producer for over fifteen years, staging dozens of events in venues from Grand Central Station in New York City to a public park in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Formerly, she was the Executive Producer of the River To River Festival. Additional experience includes producing The Mark Twain Prize Celebrating Bob Newhart for PBS, multiple productions at the Joseph Papp Public Theater and the Apollo Theater, the Toyota Comedy Festival and the New Yorker Festival. She produced shows regularly at Feinstein's at the Regency on Park Avenue and produced a jazz festival at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts on the site of the original Woodstock concert.
Chris Amundson has produced a multitude of live events over the last ten years. He has toured festivals nationally, produced and coordinated television commercials and developed one of New York's longest-running independent music conferences. As part of the inaugural team that created the River To River Festival, he worked closely with the partner institutions, including the Alliance for Downtown New York, The Seaport, and the World Financial Center Arts & Events Program to strengthen the community's resurging cultural and development goals through presenting hundreds of free events for millions of visitors to Lower Manhattan. Additionally, he has conceptualized ongoing series like the Third Thursday Architecture Lectures, Sound Bites Music Series, and BAM’s BK Next Festival.