The individuals who create and maintain this network of resources and artisans
Operational Vice President
Courtia Jay Worth
Operational Vice President
While pursuing a successful acting career on Broadway and television,
Alan Brasington became a supplier of props and period clothing for plays and movies.
In the process, he became a dealer in antique clothing, quilts and furniture, and has worked
with designers in merchandising for over two decades.
In 1995, Alan branched out and began his own company which
supplies refurbished items, reproductions and new products to major designers
and visual merchandisers throughout the world. He has found props for
magazines, television shows, movies, theatre productions and retail outlets,
which include: Coach, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Cambridge Dry Goods, Crunch,
Kenneth Cole, Calvin Klein, Banana Republic, Sas Shoes, and Gap, among others.
Most notably, Alan has supplied most ice cream trucks and over 700 vintage NASH
Metropolitan and Chevy pickup trucks for Old Navy. We are continuing to
Newman - Operational Vice
Allen was a former professor of Economics and Finance at Tulane University, The University of New Orleans, and at Vassar College in upstate New York. He was a Chair of the Economics Department at Loyola University, New Orleans, where his teaching specialty was managerial economics and the study of techniques for successful businesses to operate and expand. His own expertise lies in business finance and operations.
For ten years, Allen had his own managerial consulting firm in
New Orleans, with a staff of ten accountants, marketing experts and production
specialists. His clients ranged throughout the southern United States, from
grocery and department stores to major manufacturers - McIlhennys'S, Tabasco
Sauce, Winn-Dixie, Maison Blanche, Louisiana-Pacific, and the US Small Business
Allen, an Episcopal priest, the former pastor of several New
York City and rural parishes, has worked with Archbishop Desmond Tutu in South
Africa, and in San Jose, Costa Rica, with President Rodrigo Carazo, founder of
the U.N. University for Peace. Allen has worked with several international
peace organizations, visiting East, West, and South Africa, Central and South
America, the Caribbean (including Cuba), and China. He is an avid LP and CD
collector, who was for 12 years, a classical disc jockey at National Public
Radio. Allen is a Jeopardy winner.
(Liz) Brasington - Operations Manager -
Has been working with The Alan Brasington Network since 1996.
She worked 10 years for the New York Telephone Company as a drafter in the
Engineer Dept. before leaving to begin her family. For 15 years, as head of her
own Family Day Care, she raised 4 children with her husband Art. She continues
to work with youth and is the Coordinator of Religious Education at St. Thomas
Aquinas R.C. Church in Forestburg, New York. She now schedules and coordinates
deliveries, oversees packaging, handles and resolves any problems that might
arise for The Alan Brasington Network. One of her major responsibilities is to
schedule and coordinate deliveries of Vintage Chevy Trucks to every Old Navy
Store across the United States including Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico.
Jay Worth - Director of Marketing/Public Relations
Has been a Marketing and Trade Show Consultant for internationally
recognized artists & sculptors, and now joins The Alan Brasington Network
as Coordinator of Marketing. She will be working on a variety of Brasington Network
projects including the Asylum, and SoffSeats Furniture Companies.
As a partner in Will Faller Photography, she acquired and
managed all commercial projects: producing annual reports and national ad
campaigns for, among others, IBM, Key Bank, Champion Mortgage, Pepsi, and
She is a founding member of the Association of International Photographic Art
Dealers where she served as Vice President of the Board, and later as
the Association's Executive Director. After several years with The Witkin
Gallery, she became Director of The Photograph Gallery on Fifth
Avenue in New York City.
Courtia has launched and promoted over 100 art exhibitions and events in her
career, and has served on the Boards of the Hudson Valley Marketing Association,
and The Catskill Center for Photography in Woodstock, New York, helping
to develop annual auctions and showcases for contemporary photographers.
Courtia is still Co-director of Fine Time Productions Inc., a
Fundraising company that specializes in sporting and social events.She is
currently working on projects for Boys and Girls Harbor of New York City
and East Hampton, New York, and The Mill Neck Manor School for The Deaf in
Locust Valley, NY.
- Executive Consultant
Judy is a graduate of Northwestern University and has served
on the board. She joined The Alan Brasington Network in 1997,
as executive consultant to manage its growth. This continues her long
experience of running complex, fast-growing businesses, which includes
being CEO of August Max and Kids "R" US. She has supervised restructuring,
expansion and design for Ringling Brothers Retail, DKNY Kids, Today's Man,
Montgomery Ward, Bolton's, Winkelman's, and Mrs. Field's Cookies, among others,
and is Founder and President of Creative Sense, Inc., a consulting firm that
specializes in strategic positioning of companies for fast and professionally
Judy's role at The Alan Brasington Network is central to our
goal of expanding our already growing business. She is responsible for
enhancing services to existing clients and exploring ways to help them achieve
their objectives. She also seeks new clients who will value the quality of our
wide-ranging network, challenging us to meet their needs.