ACM Announces Executive Promotions

(L-R): Tiffany Moon, Michelle Goble, Erick Long

The Academy of Country Music today (6/6) announced the promotions of Tiffany Moon, Michelle Goble and Erick Long. The executives are based out the Academy’s headquarters in Encino, CA, and their promotions fall under the organization’s new corporate title structure implemented last year.

Moon has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Managing Director. In her increased role, she will manage the office on an executive level, and will continue to oversee ticketing surrounding the Academy’s televised initiatives. She will report directly to Academy CEO Bob Romeo and will liaise with the Board of Directors in her continued capacity as Secretary to the Board, a post she has held for six years. She joined the Academy in 2003 as a project manager, a role that included managing all finance and accounting operations, overseeing ticketing surrounding the Academy of Country Music Awards, along with administering the Academy’s charitable initiatives.

Goble has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Membership & Events. She has managed the Academy’s Membership & Events departments since her hire in 2007, handling ACM Awards balloting and voting criteria. In addition, Goble has produced and elevated premiere events such as ACM Honors, ACM stage for the National Finals Rodeo, concerts on Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas, and most recently on the first-ever ACM Fan Jam during the 46th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.

Long is taking on additional responsibilities and has been named Vice President, Operations. He joined the Academy in 2009, and this title change acknowledges his increased role in managing all ACM operations – including day-to-day oversight of the Academy’s office building in Encino, Awards show credentialing, and security.

“I’m excited about the Academy’s evolution over the past several years,” said Romeo. “With these changes in our organization, we can continue to support artists and engage fans through our membership, events and television properties. This, in turn, will sustain ACM Lifting Lives, which remains at the center of all Academy initiatives.”


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