Tiffany Moon has been named Director in The Office of Engagement at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. In this position, Moon will report directly to Stuart Dill, Senior Vice President of the Office of Engagement at VUMC, and will specifically work on special projects and events to engage celebrities and high-profile entertainment personalities (music, sports, film and television) in programs that elevate the Vanderbilt Health brand and cultivate philanthropy.
Prior to joining Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Moon served as EVP, Managing Director of the Academy of Country Music in Los Angeles for 16 years.
Moon was an executive producer of many of the Academy’s television properties, and oversaw the complex move to Arlington, Texas for the historic 50th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards Show at the AT&T Stadium, which garnered a Guinness World Record for “the most attended live awards show ever.”
Along with managing logistics, ticketing, talent booking, and other crucial aspects of the broadcasts and outside events, Moon directed all departments in the organization, and was a founding member of the Academy’s charitable arm, ACM Lifting Lives. Moon served as an officer to both organizations in her role as Secretary to the Board.
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