Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member Pat Alger and songwriting community supporter Mike Dye have been elected to officer positions on the Board of Directors for the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame (NaSHOF).
Alger will serve as the Vice President, while Dye has been named Treasurer and Finance Chair. They join Chairman John Van Mol and Secretary Layng Martine, who were re-elected to their respective positions.
Also serving on the NaSHOF Board are Steve Bogard, songwriter and Director of The Copyright Forum at Belmont University; Kye Fleming, NaSHOF member; Wayland Holyfield, NaSHOF member; Ken Paulson, President and CEO of The First Amendment Center; Dr. Bethel Thomas, VP of University Advancement at Belmont University; Troy Tomlinson, President and CEO of Sony/ATV Nashville; and Mike Vaden, Director of Decosimo/Vaden.
Ex-officio board members include attorney David L. Maddox (Counsel), David L. Maddox & Associates, P.C.; and author/entertainment journalist Robert K. Oermann (Historian). NSAI’s Mark Ford serves as Manager of Affairs.