The Recording Academy has elected four National Officers and 19 leaders to its 2023-2024 Board of Trustees, effective today (June 1).
Tammy Hurt has been re-elected to serve as Chair of the Board of Trustees, Dr. Chelsey Green was elected Vice Chair, Gebre Waddell was elected Secretary/Treasurer and Christine Albert has been re-elected to serve as Chair Emeritus.
“I’m pleased to introduce and welcome the new National Officers and Trustees to our Academy family,” says Harvey Mason jr., CEO of the Recording Academy. “This great, new group reflects our eclectic music community and will carry forward our mission of serving all music people. I look forward to working alongside this esteemed group to continue the evolution of our Academy.”
In partnership with Mason, the National Officers lead the Trustees and Academy senior staff to strategically guide and shape the mission and policies of the Academy and its affiliates. The Board of Trustees works to uphold the Academy’s mission to serve and represent the music community at-large through its commitment to promote diversity, equity and inclusion, fight for creators’ rights, protect music people in need, preserve music’s history and invest in its future.
2023-2024 Recording Academy Board of Trustees:
Alex E. Chávez
Donn Thompson Morelli “Donn T”*
Thom “TK” Kidd
Dr. Chelsey Green*
*Elected or re-elected this year.
Bold identifies National Officers.
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