NARIP is pleased to announce the appointment of Chloe Peacock to Executive Director of its Atlanta chapter.
Since launching in Atlanta in June 2010, NARIP has established a strong and growing presence there. “With the appointment of Chloe Peacock, a savvy young executive and natural promoter, we will expand our reach dramatically. We are excited to take our Atlanta chapter to a new level with her help, and she has already done much to establish Atlanta as one of our most vibrant chapters,” says NARIP president Tess Taylor.
“Chloe has been with NARIP Atlanta since its launch in June 2010. She has been a thoughtful and articulate spokesperson for NARIP, and she epitomizes the modern music executive who wants to learn, grow and improve in every way despite the fact that she is already accomplished. Her hands-on experience includes licensing, placement, music technology, live events and branding, and she puts all this to work for NARIP and the benefit of NARIP members. Chloe is smart, hard-working and dedicated, and has already contributed to promotion and growth of NARIP in this important region. We are delighted to have her on board, and she has already proven to be a valuable asset to the organization.”
Says outgoing Executive Director Beth B. Moore, Esq. (who remains on NARIP’s Atlanta Board), “I’m fortunate to have had Chloe Peacock by my side the entire time I served as the Executive Director of NARIP Atlanta, and I’m excited to see how she continues to build and promote the chapter as our new Executive Director. Her commitment to music business education, professional networking and the local Atlanta music scene will serve our chapter incredibly well.”
Moore continues, “I’d like to thank Tess Taylor, Chloe Peacock and the rest of Team NARIP Atlanta, including all the board members and volunteers, for supporting me and the chapter during my time as Executive Director. When I first started volunteering with NARIP in 2010 as a law student, I aspired to become a music lawyer, and NARIP has been an invaluable part of my journey to achieve that goal. Today I have a busy, exciting solo law practice in Atlanta representing artists and music business professionals, thanks in no small part to what I learned at NARIP panels and who I met at NARIP events. I highly recommend this organization for anyone looking to develop a successful, long-term career in the music industry. And I look forward to remaining involved with NARIP’s Atlanta Chapter on its board of directors to enable others to benefit as I have.”
Meet The Latest Lady of NARIP July 27 at Music Biz Brunch in Atlanta
Meet Ms. Peacock at NARIP’s Music Biz Brunch this Saturday, July 27 at CoCo Studios at 11:00 a.m. >in Atlanta. Details at narip.com.
About Chloe Peacock
An Atlanta native, Chloe is passionate about the city’s growing music and entertainment industries. A Georgia State University graduate, Chloe worked for a local music management company in the public relations and new media marketing departments, and quickly expanded her responsibilities into college radio promotion and marketing. Chloe volunteered 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. She also serves on the PR and marketing committee for Georgia Music Partners, an Atlanta-based non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the business of music and music technology in Georgia. In 2011 Chloe dove into music licensing and joined Affix Music, a licensing and placement company specializing in urban music. Building on her licensing experience at Affix, Chloe just accepted a position in the National Alliances department at Live Nation Entertainment, where she focuses on artist rights and national festival sponsorship and sales.
Read more about NARIP and NARIP Officers in nine cities at www.NARIP.com.