With the newest roundup of Noisemakers for 2019, we present a fresh batch of rising professionals from different parts of the biz whose dedication and effort make their superiors look good.

At the very least, we're told copies of our mag make for good coasters, which could come in handy at these execs' upcoming Fourth of July BBQs. 

Rhea Pasricha

Head of A&R, West Coast, Prescription Songs

Considering Pasricha signed Emily Warren with almost no cuts to her name, the songwriter’s Grammy win for The Chainsmokers f/Daya’s “Don’t Let Me Down” was quite a feat. Following the success of Dua Lipa’s “New Rules,” the same pen-wielder was honored at this year’s ASCAP Awards. Pasricha’s now developing writers whose current singles include The Chainsmokers f/Ty Dolla $ign & bülow’s “Do You Mean” and Anitta w/Swae Lee’s “Poquito.” The exec recently co-hosted a K-Pop writing camp with SM Entertainment in Seoul. Known as “Pizza-Rhea” by many, she can go days eating nothing but pizza.

Austin Evenson

Director of Artist Management/Touring, Darkroom

Evenson went from watching Gryffin play his first headline show in 2016 at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom to 500 people to congratulating him on selling out the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (8.6k people) just three years later. Gryffin’s debut album is up next, along with a new show for the act’s biggest nationwide tour of 30+ cities—including L.A.’s Shrine. Alec Benjamin’s first world tour and new music are also slated for this summer. It’s fair to say the feeling of being “underwater” has changed considerably since Evenson’s days as a Division 1 collegiate swimmer.

Dee Heuvelings

Senior Director, A&R and Marketing, Arista Records

We’re not erudite enough to know what it is, but apparently Heuvelings’ full name is even more complicated than what’s seen here; and yes, the first person to fill us in gets a cookie. Speaking of sweet treats, when it comes to her career, Heuvelings particularly enjoyed that time she had to explain at the European Union how Spotify became a platform for Dutch hip-hop. If you want to know what’s on her latest playlist, look no further than four new artist clients who’ve set her heart aflutter: Zaia, Sophia Messa, Audrey and NBDY.

Isaac Heymann

A&R, American Songs; VP Industry Relations, Dash Radio

As A&R for Rick Rubin’s pubco, Heymann works with El-P of Run the Jewels, GoldLink, DRAM, Kevin Abstract/Romil of Brockhampton, Kaytranada, Lido, Comethazine, Goody Grace, Roy Blair, Colter Wall and his most recent signing, Chad Hugo of The Neptunes/N.E.R.D.. He also serves as executive producer and talent booker for Rubin’s Showtime docuseries—directed by Morgan Neville—and VP Industry Relations at Dash Radio. On the weekends, Heymann teaches transcendental meditation. We bet his chakras are, like, super-aligned. Namaste, motherfucker.

Olivia Rudensky

Head of Digital Marketing, Miley Cyrus

It’s crazy to think running digital and marketing for Miley Cyrus under Adam Leber started with Cyrus’ biggest fan account—a Twitter page Rudensky created at age 12 that boasted 300k+ followers. The account’s success sparked a relationship with the pop star and resulted in the N.Y. native flying out to L.A. at just 16 to work with Cyrus’ management team. Fed up with juggling four industry jobs as a fulltime student, she dropped out of Syracuse’s esteemed Bandier program during her sophomore year. Now 23, Rudensky works with myriad A-list talents like Cyrus and Hailey Bieber.

Jamie Loeb

Vice President of Marketing, Nederlander Concerts

When Loeb isn’t cooking in the kitchen to her curated playlists, she’s overseeing the marketing of 300+ shows. Since 2008, she’s led online development, marketing and promo campaigns for award-winning Nederlander venues across the U.S. including Paso Robles’ Vina Robles Amphitheatre, San Jose Civic, City National Grove of Anaheim, Austin’s H-E-B Center and Sacramento’s Papa Murphy’s Park at Cal Expo. She’s known for regular appearances on the Promotor 101 podcast, as well as her culinary expertise. We want a list of her best green-room snacks.

Jordan Glickson

Head of Music & Talent, Vevo

Life ain’t bad when you’re name-checked in Rapsody’s “Thank You Very Much,” then asked to appear in the video. Just ask Glickson, whose recent days have been filled by prep for the launch of Vevo’s new hip-hop performance series—said to be coming soon. On a larger scale, he oversees programming strategy and the company’s relationships with artists, labels and managers across the U.S., Canada and Latin America. If the punim looks familiar, know that he once appeared on an episode of The Hills, and was in a KFC commercial with Walter Payton as a kid.

Charles Mangan

Marketing VP, Bravado

Mangan oversees global merch strategy and album rollouts for Travis Scott, Kanye, The Weeknd, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes and more. He developed Mendes and Grande’s 2019 world tour lines and put together the Lil Wayne The Carter V program, which involved 14 brands. The art director behind XXXTentacion’s distinctive SKINS album cover, Mangan has overseen the execution of pop-up shops and art installations for Frank Ocean, Scott, Justin Timberlake, Kanye, Mendes, Grande, The Weeknd and Post Malone.

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