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SOURCE Empowers Women in Music at January Luncheon

The Women's Music Industry organization SOURCE gathered at the Country Music Association on Music Row for their annual January luncheon on the 25th. This much-anticipated event marked the commencement of a new year, featuring the announcement of upcoming activities and the introduction of new members, as well as the reveal of the newly elected board and committee members.


The spotlight shone brightly on the exceptional women who have joined SOURCE this year. The organization welcomed Jenni Tackett, Leigh McCorkle, Torianne Valdez, Rhonda Forlaw Adkins, Shelley Grayson, Juanita Copeland, Emily Olson, Emily Walker, Annie Reuter, Eileen Tilson, Alyssa Augello, Aubrey Daniels, and Tera Healy into their esteemed ranks. Each new member brings a unique set of skills, experiences, and perspectives, further enriching the vibrant community of women in the music industry.


In addition to the new members, SOURCE proudly introduced the individuals stepping into leadership roles on the board and committees.


Front Row (Left to Right):  Treasurer Amanda Mitchell (Farris, Self & Moore): Ensuring financial stability and strategic planning.  Erica Rosa (FBMM): Contributing expertise in business management and music industry affairs.  Brittni Talley (NSAI): Bringing valuable insights from the Nashville Songwriters Association International.  Tiffany Bearden (Evolution PR): Offering expertise in public relations to enhance SOURCE's outreach.  Vice President Tamar Rand: Serving as a key figure in leadership and decision-making.  Tracie Hitz (Hitz & Branding): Bringing branding and marketing skills to the forefront.  Back Row (Left to Right):  President Kari Barnhart (Studio Bank): Guiding SOURCE with a wealth of experience and leadership.  Beth Tyson (FBMM): Leveraging financial expertise for the organization's success.  Mary Lauren Teague (Dotted i Entertainment): Contributing insights from the entertainment sector.  Mallory Mason Pascal (KBFM Entertainment & Financial Management): Providing financial management expertise.  Ashley Hertzog Embry (Hearts Bluff Music): Offering a wealth of knowledge from the Hearts Bluff Music team.  Secretary Kasey Cleckler (Cape + Anchor): Managing administrative responsibilities and supporting organizational functions.
Front Row (Left to Right): Treasurer Amanda Mitchell (Farris, Self & Moore): Ensuring financial stability and strategic planning. Erica Rosa (FBMM): Contributing expertise in business management and music industry affairs. Brittni Talley (NSAI): Bringing valuable insights from the Nashville Songwriters Association International. Tiffany Bearden (Evolution PR): Offering expertise in public relations to enhance SOURCE's outreach. Vice President Tamar Rand: Serving as a key figure in leadership and decision-making. Tracie Hitz (Hitz & Branding): Bringing branding and marketing skills to the forefront. Back Row (Left to Right): President Kari Barnhart (Studio Bank): Guiding SOURCE with a wealth of experience and leadership. Beth Tyson (FBMM): Leveraging financial expertise for the organization's success. Mary Lauren Teague (Dotted i Entertainment): Contributing insights from the entertainment sector. Mallory Mason Pascal (KBFM Entertainment & Financial Management): Providing financial management expertise. Ashley Hertzog Embry (Hearts Bluff Music): Offering a wealth of knowledge from the Hearts Bluff Music team. Secretary Kasey Cleckler (Cape + Anchor): Managing administrative responsibilities and supporting organizational functions.

SOURCE's January luncheon not only celebrated the remarkable achievements of women in the music industry but also set the stage for a year filled with activities aimed at empowering and advancing the careers of its members. As the organization continues to grow, it remains a powerful force for equality and representation within the dynamic world of music. SOURCE's commitment to fostering collaboration, mentorship, and professional development ensures that women in the music industry have the support and resources they need to thrive.

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