Christine Tripoli is a live event executive producer and senior marketing professional with extensive experience creating, developing and marketing signature events, hospitality programs, corporate events, concerts, festivals and experiential marketing programs that successfully achieve clients’ strategic goals. In 2014, Christine launched Looking Glass Events Group. She and her team currently work with a diverse group of corporations and non-profits to provide event management and consulting services.
As Vice President, Events & Hospitality for the NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee, she led the team that successfully produced more than 30 first-class events and hospitality programs in the 18 months leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII. She executive produced the Super Bowl Kickoff Spectacular concert and live broadcast, the Super Bowl Media Party at Chelsea Piers for 4,000, the 3,500-guest Pre-Game Party, plus many other exclusive programs for sponsors, NFL team owners and dignitaries.
She also served as Vice President, Public Programs and Marketing for the Municipal Art Society of New York, where she led the public programs, marketing and communications teams for this nonprofit organization which advocates for intelligent urban planning, design and preservation. Major initiatives included the thought leadership conference MAS Summit for New York City, the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal Gala, and Jane Jacobs Medal events for the Rockefeller Foundation.
Prior to that, Christine developed, produced and marketed dozens of major events and programs as an independent consultant. Clients and projects included: NYC Culture Fest for NYC & Company, New Year’s Eve in Times Square and Taste of Times Square for the Times Square Alliance, Halloween at the American Museum of Natural History, New York Botanical Garden, New York Public Library, Winter’s Eve at Lincoln Square for the Lincoln Square BID, Taste of the Village for the Village Alliance, and NYC2004’s Salute to Broadway, plus many others.
Early in her career, Christine was Assistant Vice President, Marketing & Special Events for the Times Square Alliance during the neighborhood’s acclaimed period of revitalization, and she played a significant role in the production of Times Square 2000 Millennium celebrations. She also enjoyed a five-year tenure at Rubenstein Associates, providing public relations services for a variety of clients.