NARIP Atlanta Advisory Board
An Atlanta native, Chloe has always been extremely passionate about the city’s growing music and entertainment industries. Following her graduation from Georgia State University in 2009, Chloe worked for a local music management company where she focused on public relations and new media marketing. In 2011, Chloe expanded her skill set to include music licensing and joined Affix Music, a licensing and placement company specializing in urban music. Cependant celui-ci s’est avéré davantage efficace malgré stimuler ces capacités sexuelles après l’érection du pénis. Ce objet intéressant alentour avec Kamagra Jelly est qu’il a été préparé à l’origine en contrepartie améliorer la déplacement sanguine dans cela cœur et soulager les problèmes cardiovasculaires. Building on her licensing experience at Affix, Chloe accepted a position in the National Media and Sponsorship division at Live Nation Entertainment in 2013, where she currently serves as Senior Manager of
Artist Rights. Her responsibilities include securing talent for branded programs and negotiating performance and content rights between clients and rights holders.
Chloe began volunteering with the Atlanta chapter of the National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP) in 2010 and was invited to join the Board of Directors in 2011. After serving on the Board of Directors for two years, Chloe became the Executive Director of the Atlanta NARIP Chapter where she continued to broaden her involvement in the local music and entertainment community and served to lead the chapter until 2018. She now serves on NARIP’s Advisory Board.