Management services company Mtheory has added Tiffany Provenzano as Founding Director of its new Equal Access development program.
The Equal Access initiative is designed to give artists and managers from underrepresented demographics in country music the access, training, and networking opportunities they are not always afforded. It was announced following the 2022 CMT Music Awards that the inaugural class that will benefit from the Equal Access program includes artists Madeline Edwards, Miko Marks and Valerie Ponzio; and music management professionals Charlene Bryant, Kadeem Phillips and Marques Vance.
As the Director of the Equal Access program at Mtheory, Provenzano will be marrying her music industry experience with the advocacy work she was doing in the nonprofit world.
Prior to this position, she worked at Warner Music Group and Atlantic Records in NYC for 9 years before moving to Nashville. Upon coming to Music City, Provenzano worked for a start-up before joining local nonprofit The Equity Alliance for the past 2 years, running their operations.
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