Phoenix Symphony Announces New Senior Vice President & Chief Advancement Officer

By David Salazar

Phoenix Symphony has announced the appointment of Tammy Rocker to the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Advancement Officer.

Rocker previously worked as the Symphony’s Chief Development Officer and was also the Division Vice President for the Southwest region at the American Lung Association. She also worked for the American Heart Association for over a decade.

“This is an exciting time for me to return to the Phoenix Symphony,” said Tammy Rocker in an official press statement. “I look forward to working in collaboration with Peter Kjome, Nicole, the Board of Directors, staff, musicians, and others to foster and renew important relationships with those who support the Symphony and its programs that enrich the lives of thousands of people in our community.”

“We are thrilled that Tammy has returned to the Phoenix Symphony at an important time in our history,” added Peter Kjome, President and CEO. “Tammy’s leadership abilities, extensive experience, and relationships with community leaders who care deeply about the Symphony will help us advance our great orchestra and enrich the lives of thousands of people who benefit from its concerts, community engagement, and education programs.”