Morin, Rolyn Appointed to NARIP Atlanta Board

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Photos (L-R): Rich Rolyn and Lee Morin, Esq.

NARIP is pleased to announce the appointment of Lee Morin, Esq. and Rich Rolyn to the Board of its Atlanta chapter. Morin and Rolyn join Executive Director Chloe Peacock and board members Beth B. Moore, Esq., Julie Kessler Roach, Esq., Sean Mcpherson, Cappriccieo M. Scates and Jobi Tyson.

“NARIP Atlanta’s Executive Director Chloe Peacock has a great eye for executive talent,” says NARIP president Tess Taylor. “Lee Morin and Rich Rolyn are no exception, and we are delighted to have them on board, to expand our reach and to take our Atlanta chapter to new levels.”

Lee Morin has been a strong and reliable presence at NARIP activities, and has assisted significantly in programming, outreach and creative ideas. Similarly, Rich Rolyn has been an advocate for professional development and educational outreach that have become NARIP trademarks, and has been a big help organizing NARIP programs. Both Lee and Rich are smart, hard-working and dynamic. They epitomize the modern music executive who wants to learn, grow and improve in every way though they are already accomplished. Lee’s experience in deal-making and the law, and Rich’s experience in A&R and talent development, make them valuable additions to NARIP’s board. To have their expertise benefit NARIP and NARIP members gives us a great advantage. They have already proven to be assets to the organization and we are thrilled to have them on board!

Since launching in Atlanta in June 2010, NARIP has established a strong and growing presence in Georgia.

Meet New NARIP Board Members TOMORROW (Feb 18) in Atlanta

Meet NARIP’s newest board members at NARIP’s Synch Deal Overview TOMORROW (Wed Feb 18) at SAE Institute of Technology at 7pm in Atlanta. Get more details and register HERE now. 

About Lee Morin, Esq.

Lee Morin, Esq., is Principal Attorney and founder of MORIN Entertainment Law, a boutique law firm in metro Atlanta that specializes in serving artists and entrepreneurs in creative industries, including music business, fine art, game design, book publishing, theatre, film, television, and fashion design. Lee Morin has over ten years of experience in legal services, both in the corporate law departments of global companies and national to regional law firms. She counsels and represents her clients to provide each with the means to harness the power of enterprise. Lee leverages her networks to the advantage of her clients. She is an active member of the Entertainment and Sports, Intellectual Property, and International Law sections of the Georgia Bar, Georgia Game Developers Association (GGDA), International Game Developers Association (IGDA), National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP), Georgia Lawyers for the Arts (GLA), Georgia Music Partners (GMP), Georgia Production Partnership (GPP) and the Recording Academy® (NARAS).

About Rich Rolyn

A native ATLien, Rich has been a fixture of the Atlanta music scene for years. Starting out as a Mixtape & Talent Show DJ, his natural progression into production led to establishing a production company (Beautiful Noyze). He also runs a project studio (Ammo Lounge Studios) and Blog (The Rolyn Report). Other professional associations include SESAC, GMP and GMIA.

About NARIP

NARIP promotes education, career advancement and good will among record executives. Established in 1998 and based in Los Angeles, NARIP has chapters in New York, Atlanta, San Francisco, Phoenix, Houston, Las Vegas, Philadelphia and London. NARIP is committed to promoting the cultural and economic benefits of music and copyright in the US and abroad, and to providing a platform to convey insights and perspectives to improve our business. NARIP upholds the contributions of copyright to the fiscal health of the US and global economies and for the good of creators, owners and consumers around the world.

Read more about NARIP and NARIP Officers in nine cities at NARIP.com