Academy Of Country Music Announces 2019-2020 Board Officers

The Academy of Country Music has announced its newly-elected officers for the 2019-2020 term. Stepping into these roles are Chairman Ed Warm, President Lori Badgett, Vice President Chuck Aly, Treasurer Carmen Romano, Sergeant-at-Arms Gayle Holcomb, Parliamentarian Paul Moore and Secretary Tommy Moore. As voted on by the membership, this term will be the first year the Chairman’s positions become effective in August; prior officer terms were in effect November to November.

“I’ve greatly enjoyed my involvement with the Academy and am looking forward to carrying the torch from Duane. I’m proud to work with the many talented industry people who volunteer their time for our artists, industry and fans,” said ACM Chairman Ed Warm.

“The Academy’s history is one of continually building upon its successes and supporting the artists we love and the music they create that shapes our culture. I am grateful for and proud of the hard work and dedication of the Academy’s board, our partners and our passionate staff. With Ed stepping in as Chairman, I am confident we are in the best hands to guide our organization to new heights.  This year, we decided the Academy would benefit by officers serving an August to August term better positioned during the Awards cycle. I look forward to seeing the Academy continue to grow and achieve greatness in its future and am excited to see Ed’s leadership in action,” said past Chairman Duane Clark.

Chairman of the Board-Ed Warm, Joe’s Live
President-Lori Badgett, City National Bank
Vice President-Chuck Aly, Country Aircheck
Treasurer*-Carmen Romano​, FBMM
Sergeant-at-ArmsGayle Holcomb, WME
Parliamentarian-Paul Moore, PGM Connections
Secretary-Tommy Moore, Academy of Country Music

*Treasurer elected in 2019 for a three-year term


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