The Women’s Music Business Association recently launched its 2021 season with speakers, Alicia Warwick, Executive Director, Recording Academy Nashville Chapter, and Jennifer Hanson, Chapter President, Recording Academy Nashville Chapter, on January 20th.
Even in the midst of an unprecedented time, the WMBA is looking to the future as they are led by the first African-American President, Kortney Toney, in their twenty years as an organization. Additionally, the organization has revealed a new logo and welcomes the newest member to their Board of Directors, Spotify’s Artist & Label Marketing Team Member, Mary Catherine Kinney. WMBA Executive Board members include Chairwoman, Brandi Simms (MooTV, Moo Creative & The Steel Mill), Lindsey Clark (DeatonFlanigen Productions), Amery Fridenstine (Above Board Consulting), Cameo Carlson (Mtheory Nashville), Mary Catherine Kinney (Spotify), and Legal Counsel, Lauren Spahn (Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley, & Norton LLP).
The WMBA has also welcomed almost 40 new members to the organization.
New Members For 2021 Include:
Alyssa Ann Taylor Haddock
Angela Stefano Zimmer
Jessica Renee Johnson
Rio M Van Risseghem
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