We are pleased to announce the appointment of Tina De Renzis to NARIP’s Atlanta Board. She joins NARIP Atlanta Executive Director Beth B. Moore, Esq., Eric Newcomer, Chloe Peacock and Jobi Tyson.
“Tina De Renzis is the perfect example of a person whose contribution to the Atlanta Chapter in 2012 was so valuable that we knew we had to keep her around,” says Moore. “With her professional background in music, entrepreneurship and event organization, Tina brings a valuable skill set to the NARIP Atlanta Board which, when coupled with her passion for the music business, makes her an unstoppable force.”
“Tina has already shown impressive initiative and has helped our chapter substantially,” says NARIP President Tess Taylor. “She’s the kind of person we love to have involved, and we’re happy to have her help us grow NARIP Atlanta.”
Meet Tina and NARIP Atlanta Board TONIGHT
Come meet Tina and other NARIP Atlanta Board Members at our event TONIGHT, Managing Artist Careers From Start To Success: A Conversation with Red Light Management’s Charlie Brusco. The program takes place on Wednesday, February 13 at 7:00 p.m. at SAE Institute located at 215 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30303. For more details, click here or call 818-769-7007.
About Tina De Renzis
Tina is owner of Jump The Tracks Records, an independent record label based in Atlanta, GA. Trained as a classical flautist, her knowledge of music, marketing and entertainment contributes to the development and growth of her label, its service and the artists she produces. She has produced annual conferences, special events, incentive programs and national entertainment bookings for global properties such as Marriott Hotels, Super Bowl XXVIII, Super Bowl XXXIII and the 1996 Olympic Games during her tenure as a top executive. In 2003, she founded Meeting Masters, Inc., a full service meeting, event and incentive travel management company. Today she consults in these industries for major corporations and associations. Achievements include three Atlanta Allie Awards, and she is recipient of the Dale Riggins Humanitarian Award, and Event Solutions Magazine Corporate Meeting Planner of the Year (2000). She has served on the Board of ISES and co-produces music industry events for Music Makers Network. She is Producer of Stars of Tomorrow, a teen vocal talent competition to benefit Variety of Georgia, a children’s charity.