Warner/Chappell Music (WCM), the global publishing arm of Warner Music Group, has promoted Alison Junker to A&R Manager. This appointment will expand on Junker’s previous role as A&R Coordinator, focusing on her efforts to discover and collaborate with a diverse roster of talent.
“Alison began her career here at Warner/Chappell right out of college, and it’s been so rewarding to watch her progress and establish herself on Music Row,” said Ben Vaughn, President of Warner/Chappell Nashville. “She’s proven herself to be fearless in stepping into this industry, and we look forward to her continued development.”
Junker began her career as an A&R intern at Warner Music Group, and later became an A&R Assistant at Warner/Chappell Nashville, a role she held for nearly three years.
She graduated from Belmont University with a degree in Music Business, and is currently working with her alma mater to launch a songwriter internship program through WCM. Outside of work, Junker serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for the Nashville chapter, a non-profit organization that provides volunteers to advocate for the best interests of child victims of abuse in court.
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