Recently I joined the Women In Music Summit. and for the first time, I opened up about a topic that’s close to my heart. Weirdly, but hasn’t made it into my talks, podcasts, or blog (till now!)
It’s been 27 years since I hung out my shingle in the music marketing world. Since then, I’ve seen many companies and freelancers come and go.
This journey has been filled with lessons, and some learned the hard way. I’m excited to share this wealth of knowledge with you.
My goal? To help you sidestep a LOT of mistakes that I’ve seen and experienced.
This is uncharted territory for me in terms of public discussion,
And the BEST part? I got to do this within my FAVORITE community – Women In Music, an organization where I very proudly sit on the senior advisory board.
I deeply encourage you to join without reservation!
It’s a privilege to be part of this vibrant community, and I can’t wait to contribute in a new and meaningful way.
Now, let’s pivot to a bit of history about Women in Music, Established in 1985, Women in Music is not just an organization; it’s a pioneering force. As a 501(c)3 non-profit, it’s steadfastly committed to advancing equality, visibility, and opportunities for women.
This commitment is rooted in education, support, empowerment, and recognition.
Furthermore, Women in Music isn’t confined to one location. It’s a diverse global community, encompassing chapters around the world – from LA to Japan. This expansive reach underscores the universal relevance and importance of their mission.
Moreover, my journey with Women in Music has been transformative.
I’ve met some of my closest friends through this incredible network.
Additionally, it’s important to highlight that Women in Music warmly welcomes men who wish to support women in this business.
The inclusivity here is a testament to the organization’s commitment to unity and progress in the music industry. Here’s an interview I did with the amazing President of WIM on my podcast.
Also, let’s talk about the tangible benefits. The $75 annual membership fee is arguably the best investment you can make in this field. Particularly, the access it grants to the invaluable Google Group is a game-changer, offering a wealth of resources and connections.
Therefore, if you’re looking to immerse yourself in the music business, seek mentorship, or find a community that truly understands the nuances of this industry, Women in Music is the place to be. I’m eagerly looking forward to sharing more insights at the summit and hopefully inspiring some of you to become part of this incredible network.