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Kitty Moon Emery


Scene Three; Kitty Moon Enterprises; Global Action Platform

A native Nashvillian, Kitty Moon Emery graduated from Stephens College with a degree in film and television production. After working at public television stations in Nashville and Florida, she became press secretary for U. S. Senator Bill Brock, one of only two females in that role in Washington, DC. She was named assistant national director of advertising for Ronald Reagan's presidential campaign, and she was appointed by Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to UNESCO, one of 13 specialized agencies of the UN. For the next 30 years, Kitty served as co- owner and president of Nashville-based Scene Three, a multi-million dollar film and new media company. She produced many of Scene Three's most successful television, music video and business communications projects, including "The Dance," Garth Brooks' CMA Award- winning Music Video of the Year; "A Day in the Life of Country Music," a two-hour

CBS-TV primetime special; and "NHL Comes to Nashville," credited as the lynchpin to bringing professional hockey to Nashville. She currently serves as CEO of KittyMoon Enterprises, a growth consulting company designed to help businesses and individuals flourish in the global marketplace. She also serves as COO of Cumberland Center's Global Action Platform, working with Dr. Scott Massey.

Kitty has served as president Music of both Leadership Music and the Downtown Rotary Club, been president and chair of the board of the Country Music Association, and served 10 years on the Nashville Sports Authority, five as chair, and is acknowledged as helping to also bring professional football to Nashville. She was the recipient of CMA's President's Award and Leadership Music's Bridge Award.

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