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Ruth McCartney (born Ruth Williams) is the CEO of McCartney Multimedia, Inc. partner in Mrs. McCartney's Teas and co-founder of fan management software company iFanz. She is the step sister of Paul McCartney and Mike McCartney.
McCartney was born at Walton Hospital at 2:05am on 15 February 1960 in Ward B3 in Liverpool. She began to study guitar, singing and dance at age four, adding piano lessons at age seven and guitar at age 12 at West Kirby Grammar School for Girls on the Wirral Peninsula, Cheshire.
McCartney co-runs the firm McCartney Multimedia, Inc. from Playa del Rey, CA. They opened a branch in Vienna, Austria McCartney Group, GmbH, in September 2013 to focus on touring, sports management, marketing and innovations. On October 12, 2013, Ruth emceed a 2-hour musical and multimedia show featuring McCartney historical family archival photos and behind-the-songs stories called The Magical History Tour[not in citation given] featuring interviews with Angie and Beatles tribute band The Mop Tops. The show was the opener of the annual Good Life Festival held at Encanterra in San Tan Valley, AZ. On March 21, the show was performed at the Wild Horse Pass Casino in Gilbert, AZ. The show played the Passionspielhaus in Thiersee, Austria with The Cavern Club Beatles in 2014. Proceeds from the show raised money for The Linda McCartney Centre, a breast cancer research and treatment facility in Liverpool. More events took place in Austria in March and April 2015, including one at Obertauern, where The Beatles filmed the ski scenes for Help!
In September 2015 she spoke on Big Data and the impact on accounting as a National Speaker at the American Accounting Association's Cleveland regional meeting.
On October 19th, 2016, she spoke at LMU on the subject of Big Data.
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