The City of Coppell has announced that Ginene Delcioppo has been selected as the new Coppell Arts Center Manager, effective November 1, 2021. Delcioppo takes over the role from Alex Hargis, who left the city at the end of October.
Delcioppo has been with the City of Coppell since 2019. Serving as the Marketing and Ticketing Supervisor at the Center, she has been integral in creating the Center’s brand, developing relationships through community outreach, and launching the Center’s Grand Opening in September 2021. Prior to joining the City of Coppell, Delcioppo served in a variety of positions in the arts and entertainment fields, both on and off stage. With a heavy background in production, she served as a production manager at NBC’s “Today Show”, Ringling Brothers Circus and Busch Gardens Theme Park. She has also worked in public relations for Broadway shows including “Spamalot”, “Evita”, “The Lion King”, “Beauty and the Beast” and “Jersey Boys” and even spent time as an on-air television carpenter for the show “Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls”.
“Ginene’s diverse background and experience in the entertainment industry, coupled with her passion for the arts, makes her a perfect choice to serve the community in this new role,” said Jessica Carpenter, Director of Parks and Recreation. “I am excited for Ginene to lead the Coppell Arts Center into the future.”
Delcioppo has a Bachelor of Arts in Technical Theatre/Directing and Acting from DeSales University. She lives with her family in Flower Mound.
For more information on the Coppell Arts Center, visit coppellartscenter.org.