Our core passion is to make a difference in people's lives with the events that we produce and projects that we manage.
Agent of Change was born out of one moment, conceived over 20 years of service in the event production industry. After taking a breath and a step back we realized something was missing, some purpose of ours still went unfulfilled. Swelling with knowledge and thirsty for revolution we wondered, can the world change with just us? We punched our last time card, rolled up our sleeves, and set forth to find out.
Today we’ve unveiled a new way to bring people together. Servicing the philanthropic, film, music, political, and wellness industries, we are a full service agency making an impact. Agent of Change is dedicated to the potential of tomorrow and the tenacity that charges it forward. Connecting people with resources, support, and their dreams is how we’re doing it everyday, with every moment.
Rachel P. Goldstein
A veteran within her field, Rachel P. Goldstein has twenty years of experience in the non-profit, film, music, political, and wellness industries. A connection to event production and
passion for social progress led Rachel to found the multi-faceted management firm Agent of Change. With an emphasis on cause-related events and projects, Rachel fuses her
creative senses with the client's concrete goals. It is this professional and personal malleability that has fostered boundary-less opportunities for Rachel and her diverse
network. A native New Yorker with the sensibility to match, her inherent talents strengthen
the tie between professional achievement and social consciousness. Prior to founding her
company Rachel served as Director of Program Development with Donna Karan's Urban Zen
Foundation and produced film and television pieces alongside Academy Award winners Barbara
Kopple, Alex Gibney, and Emmy Award winner Marc Levin. Rachel's creative reach has led her to
produce concerts and events for musical heavyweights such as The Roots, Mary J. Blige, Dave
Matthews Band, Eminem, The Black Eyed Peas, Kanye West and Moby.
Eve Simonsen Martinez
Eve Simonsen Martinez’s professional history is as versatile as it is balanced. Prior to becoming the managing director for Agent of Change, Eve served as the coordinating arts + entertainment editor for the Philadelphia Weekly and was the event planner for such high-caliber organizations as Squarebiz, a company owned by Ahmir '?uestlove' Thompson of The Roots. With a direct focus on the music industry, she has produced album releases and jam sessions as well as a 2002 NBA All-Star event. In addition to earning her holistic health coach certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, she is a certified yoga instructor under Sri Dharma Mittra. Eve has been the production manager for the Hope Help + Relief Haiti Benefit Concert which featured Mary J. Blige, The FitTown Forum with Dr. Mehmet Oz's Healthcorps, the Shine On Sierra Leone Benefit hosted by Selita Ebanks and Russell Simmons, the Bent on Learning Benefit, and the Fashion Scholarship Fund annual gala.