The Academy of Country Music has announced its newly-elected Board of Directors for the 2022-2023 term.
“We’re kicking off an exciting new chapter in the rich history of the Academy, with the relocation and opening of our new Nashville headquarters, and the ACM Awards returning to Prime Video for an exclusive global livestream in May, as well as moving to the Dallas Cowboys’ world headquarters in Frisco, Texas for the first time. We’re so fortunate to have the dedicated group of individuals who have graciously agreed to serve on our Board of Directors,” notes Damon Whiteside, CEO of the Academy of Country Music. “2023 is shaping up to be another monumental year for the Academy and our industry, and we know the guidance of these well-respected leaders will ensure the ACM’s success in the next year and for years to come.”
Previously announced ACM officer roles for the 2022-2023 term include Chair Chuck Aly, Vice-Chair Ebie McFarland, Vice-President Randy Bernard, Treasurer Carmen Romano, Sergeant-at-Arms Gayle Holcomb, Parliamentarian Paul Moore, and Secretary Tommy Moore.
This year, 10 of the 13 qualifying professional categories were elected by the Academy’s membership. In addition to those elected, director-at-large positions have been appointed by Aly, McFarland and Bernard. Directors are elected from each category based on the number of members in that category. Each director serves a staggered two-year term.
Newly Elected Members of the Board of Directors:
Lee Thomas Miller
Newly Appointed Director-At-Large Members of the Board of Directors:
*Appointed to a one-year term to fill a previous vacancy
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