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NARIP Appoints Jones To Atlanta Board

NARIP is pleased to announce the appointment of Brei Jones to the Board of its Atlanta chapter.  She joins NARIP Atlanta Executive Director Chloe Peacock and board members Julie Kessler Roach, Esq, Sean McPherson, Lee Morin, Esq., Rich Rolyn, Terry Lewis, Cappriccieo Scates and Beth Moore, Esq.
Says Peacock, “Brei’s marketing and promotion skills, not to mention her thoroughness and enthusiasm, have helped NARIP Atlanta reach many new people in recent months. Brei has become an important contributor to our chapter, so we’re very happy to welcome her as our newest NARIP Atlanta board member!”
Key Board Member Roach echoes these sentiments: “Brei comes from a fantastic perspective with regard to the music business.  She hopes to educate and help artists stay organized and profit from their craft.  Brei brings fresh ideas to the NARIP Board that we’ve already started to implement with great results.  We’re happy to have her on board!”

“We are pleased to appoint Brei Jones to NARIP’s Board and are excited to take our Atlanta chapter to a new level with her help,” says NARIP president Tess Taylor.  “She is a highly skilled and savvy new millennial who speaks the language of her contemporaries and is a whiz at All Things Social Media. She has already contributed to growth and promotion of NARIP in this region. We are excited and fortunate to have her on board!”
Meet Jones TOMORROW, Jan 18
Meet our newest board member at NARIP’s 2017 Kick-Off Industry Mixer TOMORROW –  Wednesday, January 18 – at Smith’s Olde Bar located at from 6:00 to 9:00 pm and congratulate her in person.  Admission is FREE with RSVP, click here for more details and RSVP now.  #NARIP2017ATL
About Brei Jones
Brei Jones is deeply invested and experienced in helping music creatives achieve success. After obtaining her Bachelor of Science degree in Music Business, she worked at WJHM 102 Jamz Orlando and at WFTV.  Realizing her talents were in music publishing, she moved to Atlanta to be part of the vibrant music scene where she assisted the Director of Membership in the Rhythm & Soul Department at ASCAP.  She volunteered at the Recording Academy and worked as an event manager, then moved to Compound Entertainment. After obtaining her Master of Science degree in Entertainment Business, she took her valuable experience and formed The Admin Agency, a firm offering administrative support, event planning and music rights administration.  She is board member of the National Association of Record Industry Professionals ( where she helps to connect top industry professionals to NARIP members to enable greater knowledge and opportunity.  



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