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Founded in 1991, SOURCE is the longest-running organization for women in the music industry in Nashville and is dedicated to fostering relationships and opportunities for its members through continuous education, networking, and community service initiatives. SOURCE is a nonprofit organization supporting an exclusive community of accomplished women professionals who work in all facets of Nashville’s entertainment industry and is an invitation-only membership led by a Board of Directors and a Steering Committee. Monthly educational and networking programs are presented to SOURCE members addressing topical music and non-music industry-related issues with invitations extended to industry leaders who share their knowledge and insights with the SOURCE membership. SOURCE is a 501c6 organization.

Founding Members



SOURCE strives to remain flexible to meet the changing needs and interests of its members. Its broad purposes are as follows:


To provide a SOURCE of information useful to its members’ business needs.


To function as a SOURCE of professional contacts.


To create a SOURCE of career opportunities for its membership


To provide a SOURCE of industry-related information and education.



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Jill Moody brings more than 17 years experience in event production, management and booking to the team at NSAI. Formerly the Director of Programming at Analog at Hutton Hotel, Jill worked closely with NSAI and Tin Pan South on events, showcasing her passion for supporting Nashville's creative culture and artistic scene.

After receiving her certificate in Broadcast/Media Arts at Specs Howard School of Media Arts Jill went on to begin her career as a Lighting Director at the world-famous Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, TN. From there, she worked her way up the ranks from becoming Production Manager, where she created valuable relationships with various artists and bands throughout the country to her most recent position as Talent Buyer/Entertainment Manager for Wildhorse Saloon, where she strengthened those relationships and Wildhorse’s reputation as country music’s favorite place to play when visiting Nashville. During her time at Wildhorse, Jill was honored as one of Nashville Business Journal’s 2016 Women in Music City which recognizes women who have helped to shape the music industry.

At Hutton Hotel and Analog, Jill brought her vast experience to overseeing the programming and public event concepts for the hotel. In 2019 and into early 2020 under her direction, Analog at Hutton hotel rapidly grew into Nashville’s hottest venue welcoming a wide array of acts from CVRCHES, Lee Brice to Cage the Elephant, Carly Pearce, Moon Taxi, Yola and many more. In addition, Jill further developed her relationship with the songwriting community as Analog became a beloved space for industry professionals and songwriters.

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