Miriam Feuerle • Agent/Director
Miriam Feuerle has worked in the field of arts and culture for more than 20 years. Beginning at the Macdowell Colony and then the Alliance of Artists Communities, a national organization focusing on policy, funding, and management issues related to the field of residential arts centers, she has worked to help the careers of artists and writers across the nation. In 2001, she also helped establish the Caldera Artists in Residence program in Oregon.
Before co-founding Lyceum in 2004, Miriam worked as a consultant to nonprofits in philanthropy and arts and culture. She also taught classes through Portland State University’s Institute for Nonprofit Management. She holds a MA from the University of Chicago, where her research focused on the development of philanthropy in the United States, particularly as practiced by fraternal orders in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
She has headed Lyceum since the end of 2008.
Hannah Scott • Senior Agent
Hannah Scott has worked with authors and artists since graduating from New York University. She comes to Lyceum from a marketing and advertising agency representing live entertainment productions off- and on Broadway. She has also worked with a San Francisco literary presenter, a boutique publishing house in New York, and the development office of a preeminent London theater.
Kate Gannon-Sprinkel • Senior Agent & Marketing
Kate Gannon brings to Lyceum a strong background in the arts and a love for literature. Coming on board with the Lyceum Agency in 2009, Kate feels lucky to work with such a compelling roster of authors and enjoys finding the perfect match between the speaker’s work and the presenter’s goals. She has worked with and for artists since earning her BFA in photography. Kate has also worked in the non-profit sector, focusing on workforce and youth development. Beginning in youth development, she taught photography to at-risk youth at the Boys Club of New York before moving on to executing large and small scale training events for workforce development professionals.
Andrew Wetzel • Agent
Andrew Wetzel arrives at Lyceum with book experience gained on both coasts, including time spent as a literary scout for foreign publishing houses. Most recently, he ran Stumptown Editorial and was an editor for literary journal Masters Review and publishing consultancy Wise Ink. He is originally from Long Island, New York.
Abigail Parker • Events Manager & Jr. Agent
Abigail Parker comes to Lyceum with an extensive background in logistics and administration from a wide array of fields including an international educational non-profit to a documentary on poverty issues. Most recently she worked alongside felony public defenders in Portland, Oregon. She is thrilled to be working alongside such incredible speakers and venues.
Phoebe Anderson-Dana • Events & Logistics Manager
Phoebe Anderson-Dana has worked in events and arts administration since 2011. She recently returned to her hometown of Portland from the DC area, where she was the programming manager at Strathmore.
Paige Juntunen • Accounting
Paige Juntunen has served as bookkeeper at a variety of companies over the years; she joined Lyceum in 2009.