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Press Run Date - September 22, 2021

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Top diversity, equity, and inclusion leadership from Sony Music Group, Universal Music Group, and BMI to headline AIMP's industry-wide virtual event, "Leading the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Challenge: Fostering Change," to be held September 28, 2021 at 11 am PT

The AIMP’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion special event is free and open for anyone to attend on Zoom with advance registration required at aimp.org.

September 20, 2021 (Los Angeles, Nashville, New York) – As part of the Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative, the LA Chapter is presenting a free event open to the entire industry entitled, "Leading the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Challenge: Fostering Change," to be held on September 28, 2021 at 11:00 am Pacific Time.

Moderated by Sandye Taylor, VP, Chief DEI Officer, Broadcast Music, Inc., the panel will feature conversations with Liliahn Majeed, Chief Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging OfficerUniversal Music GroupTiffany R. Warren, EVP, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Sony Music Group, and Will Wells, acclaimed Producer, Songwriter, and Educator. This panel will address how global music companies and organizations craft and execute programs that foster diverse and inclusive cultures and innovation for thousands of employees.  

“We’re committed to developing programs to help educate and offer guidance on approaching the important issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. It’s a priority within our organization to work together to not only support AIMP members, but also create events and forums to move the needle forward and promote change,” said Teri Nelson Carpenter, Former National Chair and Los Angeles Chapter President, AIMP. 

“The AIMP LA Chapter is thrilled to spearhead this diversity, equity, and inclusion event on behalf of our entire national membership. These issues are critical and worthy of an open discussion amongst our peers. Our goal is to not only educate our colleagues but to encourage a diverse and welcoming culture within the music and entertainment industry,” said Ginia Eady-Marshall, AIMP LA Chapter Board Member and Lead Chair DEI Committee, and Barbie Quinn, AIMP LA Chapter Secretary and Lead Chair of the Special Events Committee.

Produced by the AIMP Los Angeles Chapter, the special event is free and being held on Zoom with advance registration required at www.aimp.org.

 

About AIMP
The Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) was formed in 1977 and has local chapters in Los Angeles, New York, and Nashville. The organization’s primary focus is to educate and inform music publishers about the most current industry trends and practices by providing a forum for the discussion of the issues and problems confronting the music publishing industry. The opportunity to exchange ideas and opinions with others on issues of mutual concern is fostered by the atmosphere at the AIMP’s monthly meetings, forums, and workshops, the videos of which can be seen (along with more general info on the organization) at www.aimp.org.

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