The Women’s Music Business Association (WMBA) has announced the members of its Class of 2022.
The organization also recently elected new officers Melissa Flaxman (President), Virginia Brick (Vice President), Dixie Hydrick (Secretary), and Lizzy Stone (Treasurer).
Committee Chairwomen for 2022 include Aura Guadagno and Aimee Graham (Events & Education Co-Chairs), and Erin Fligel, and Amy Gellick (Marketing & Membership Co-Chairs).
The nonprofit organization serves to foster opportunities for women within the music industry through education, networking, industry involvement, and community service. WMBA 2022 events will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 18 with Global Songwriters Connection President Sheree Spoltore.
WMBA is led by Chairwomen 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).
WMBA Class of 2022:
Kate Malone (Producer & Songwriter)
Teea Goans (Singer/Songwriter)
Rachel Buchanan (The AMG)
Abby Schneider (Sayles Egan)
Leah Hudson Binkerd (Banner Music)
Ashley Negrillo (Maverick)
Alyssa Hoffman (PLA Media)
Haley Montgomery (ACM)
Hana Kahn (Musician, Marketing & Branding Consultant)
Madeline Nugent (Singer/Songwriter)
Taylor Day (Red Street Records)
Lauren Davis (Concord)
Stephanie Eatherly (Sony Music Nashville)
Salina Viktoria Solomon (Artist, songwriter, social media consultant)
Sarah Bertrand (Universal Music Group Nashville)
Lauren Conklin Johnson (TurnTable Music)
Stephanie Orr Buttrey (CountryWired Inc.)
Kris Daniels (Audacy)
Nicole Sherwood (Big Machine Label Group)
Elizabeth Gardner (ACM)
Haley Webster (The Orchard)
Rhonda Forlaw Adkins (Rhonda & Company)
Josie Bisto (Global Songwriters Connection)
Mackenzie Adkins (Rhonda & Company)
Emilee Grissom (Transparent Productions)
Haylie Americh (Wiles + Taylor & Co.)