On July 5, Global Citizen posted an ad seeking help on LinkedIn for a director of music relations. They are still looking.
Global Citizen is a sketchy “non-profit” that does not give money to the hungry or the poor, but spends millions to entertain celebrities and pay their leaders to organize rock concerts.
So it’s worrying that they don’t have a director of musical relations just six weeks before another of their fake world baloney concerts scheduled for September 25. Of course, not everyone who tries to solve world hunger wants to spend their time separating red M&M from blue M&M for rock stars. Perhaps the irony is not lost on everyone.
Global Citizen founder Hugh Evans earns at least $ 400,000 a year from the ‘nonprofit organization’ and has 8 other senior executives earning six-figure incomes, including CEO Elizabeth Henshaw (over Also $ 400,000). Global Citizen also claimed on its Form 990 for 2019 that it paid $ 10 million in salaries that year. Couldn’t one of these people compete for the Dom for their different performers?
So what are the qualifications of a person working to eradicate poverty and hunger? According to the ad:
7-10 years of experience working with top performers at live entertainment and broadcast events
Must have a current network of artists, managers, agents, publicists relevant to the music industry
Proven track record in professional celebrity management and maintaining strict confidentiality and non-disclosure of information
You can feel empty stomachs filling up right now on caviar, platters of vegetables, avocado toast, and cups of chocolate mousse – all very popular in Somalia.
According to the ad, “In 2020 alone, Global Citizen’s Artist Relations team engaged over 250 artists and artists to support our various campaigns, broadcast programs and events.
Check LinkedIn if you want to apply. September 25 is fast approaching, someone has to do this work!
And, oh yeah, they’re looking for a Business Development Manager as well. Someone has to find the money to pay for all this!