The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) announced staff hirings and promotions today (March 16), including the promotion of Jennifer Turnbow to Chief Operating Officer.
Turnbow will continue to oversee the day-to-day operations and finances of NSAI, serve as a legislative advocate for songwriters, co-direct NSAI’s annual fundraiser, the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival, and produce the Nashville Songwriter Awards. She has been with NSAI for 16 years. Turnbow is a graduate of Leadership Music, and was honored as part of the 2019 class of MusicRow‘s Rising Women on the Row.
“Jennifer Turnbow is one of the leading advocates for American songwriters. In addition, she oversees the Tin Pan South songwriters festival, the Nashville Songwriter Awards and much more. Her promotion is well deserved,” says Bart Herbison, NSAI executive director.
NSAI also announced Aubree Neal has assumed the role of Director of Development. Neal is an MTSU graduate with a Bachelor’s in music business, she has gained over ten years of non-profit volunteer experience, including time as Special Events Manager for the Birmingham Zoo.
Chloe Dubrovay joins NSAI as Executive Assistant for Herbison and Turnbow. She will also assist Herbison and Turnbow on Legislative and Advocacy work.
Megan Harris has transitioned from Receptionist to Membership Representative, working alongside the membership team on day-to-day meetings and membership events. In addition to membership duties, Harris also assists Neal with sponsor and partner fulfillment.
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