NSAI Promotes Three, Welcomes New Creative Content Manager

(L-R): Brittni Talley (Director of Events and Marketing), Brooke Perry (Events and Production Manager), Hannah Garey (Accounting and Fulfillment Assistant), Jaclyn Torrento (Creative Content Manager).

The Nashville Songwriters Association International has promoted Brittni Talley to Director of Events and Marketing, Brooke Perry to Events and Production Manager and Hannah Garey to Accounting and Fulfillment Assistant. Jaclyn Torrento has also joined the team as Creative Content Manager.

As Director of Events and Marketing, Talley’s responsibilities will now incorporate a focus on NSAI’s special events including the Nashville Songwriter Awards and Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival. Former Director of Events and Pro Membership, Lindsay Gum, recently exited the company to pursue personal endeavors. Perry’s role will now oversee all NSAI No. 1 Parties and chart monitoring, in addition to managing logistics for many of NSAI’ s events throughout the year, and Garey will now assist Jennifer Turnbow, Senior Director of Operations, and NSAI Director of Development, Katie Arata, for day-to-day accounting and sponsorship fulfillment needs.

Torrento, the most recent addition to the team, is a Nashville native and graduate of Belmont University in 2014. She brings experience from her time with Cromwell Radio Group, home of the Nashville Predators flagship station, 102.5 The Game, as well as an extensive education from Columbia College in Chicago where she obtained her Master of Arts in Journalism.

“While we are sad to have Lindsay leave us, we couldn’t be happier for her and wish her the absolute best,” said Jennifer Turnbow, Senior Director of Operations. “Brittni has been with the organization for over two years now and has a really good grasp on how our events work, so I am excited to work with her in this capacity with the talents she will bring to this role.  Similarly, Brooke’s position is expanding to allow her further integration into our events and I have complete confidence that she will continue to be a valuable member of the team.  The dominos of these promotions also created an opportunity for Hannah to grow at NSAI taking on vital administrative duties that will be essential to the day-to-day operations of the organization.  Jaclyn’s addition rounds everything out and with her education and background, the future is bright for NSAI’s content and marketing endeavors.”

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