Sean Fenton joins WolfBrown as Manager of Intrinsic Impact program

Sean Fenton joined WolfBrown’s San Francisco office in September 2013 as Manager of WolfBrown’s Intrinsic Impact programs. In his role, Sean will oversee both marketing and client services. Sean comes to WolfBrown with over 11 years of experience as a theatre professional and educator. Most recently, he served as production supervisor for Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre and oversaw external communications, branding, metrics, and reporting for the company's largest region. Sean has also been instrumental in the development of a number of new works, including the world premiere of Ivy & Bean: The Musical (Bay Area Children's Theatre), The Song of the Nightingale (Altarena Playhouse), and the national tours of Tomie dePaola's Strega Nona and The Magic School Bus Live! The Climate Challenge (BACT and Maximum Entertainment Productions, NY). As both an artist and a researcher, Sean has a deep interest in empowering arts organizations with the data they need while furthering the national conversation about the intrinsic value of the arts. Sean holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in cultural and social anthropology from Stanford University.