Katrina Bleckley is a founder, artist manager, and consultant at Collective Entertainment based in Los Angeles. Katrina has worked in artist management since 2008, when she began interning for Collective Entertainment co-founding partner Emily White while attending law school. During that time, she served as a day-to-day manager for Amanda Palmer, Family of the Year, Gold Motel (featuring Greta Morgan of The Hush Sound), and some of the company’s comedy clients. After graduation, Katrina moved to Los Angeles as a full-time associate at LaPolt Law, P.C.
Outside of Collective, Katrina has her own entertainment law practice, Bleckley Law, P.C., and is a partner at Los Angeles-based collective PLAG (Play Like a Girl), which aims to elevate the voices of women and nonbinary people in the arts through showcases, artist-facing educational workshops, an affiliated record label, and a blog.
In her time outside of entertainment, Katrina is passionate about social justice and working to protect marginalized communities. Whenever possible, she is further educating herself on other areas of law, including immigration, voter protection, and civil rights.
Katrina has a bachelor’s degree in music industry from Middle Tennessee State University and a Juris Doctor from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. She was a co-instructor at UCLA Extension’s Legal and Practical Aspects of the Music Business course and regularly speaks at music business conferences.