Consultant – Super-Connector Trusted Advisor – Celebrity Wrangler
Creating Powerful Connections Across Music, Entertainment and Technology
With a unique talent for connecting thought leaders and disrupters from technology with innovators from entertainment, CEO Kelli Richards guides her clients to create big visions, make big connections and achieve big results.
Prior to establishing The All Access Group, Kelli made waves in senior-level positions at Fortune 100 entertainment and technology companies including EMI Music, Silicon Graphics (SGI)– and Apple Inc., where she launched Apple’s earliest focus on music & entertainment, driving initiatives in that space during her 12 years with the company. Over the course of the last 25 years, Kelli has been fortunate to have had the opportunity to work and collaborate with many people that have been instrumental in defining their respective fields—some have even become iconic. Steve Jobs, Mark Cuban, Sheryl Sandberg, Stewart Copeland, Nancy Duarte, Todd Rundgren, Alan Cohen to name a few, have all been personal mentors, colleagues, or clients.
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Get the latest on the convergence of music, tech and entertainment. Browse through Kelli’s articles in the industry’s hottest publications, listen to her podcast featuring insiders across all industries, read her books, or brush up on tech news in one of many blog posts.
As a result of being a primary driver in the digital music revolution at Apple, Kelli has had the honor of working with many disruptive, innovative start-ups as a consultant, mentor, and trusted advisor in the convergence of technology, media and entertainment.
“Kelli Richards is an important resource in my world!
Many are the times that I have benefited from her insights, advice and connections. She’s particularly helpful to those who are contemplating their ‘second act’ in life & work.”Stewart Copeland