Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Elects Board
January 11, 2013 at 8:40 AM (PT)
The NASHVILLE SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME FOUNDATION (NASHOF) has elected songwriter and HALL OF FAME member PAT ALGER as its new Chair and President, and CEO of the FIRST AMENDMENT CENTER’s KEN PAULSEN its new Vice-chair. Songwriter LAYNG MARTINE, JR. and CEO of MERCURY SUPPLY COMPANY’s MIKE DYE remain the board’s Secretary and Treasurer, respectively.
The announcement was made today by CEO of DVL PUBLIC RELATIONS & ADVERTISING and the organization’s Outgoing Chair, JOHN VAN MOL.
“After years of hard work by so many former and current board members and through the generosity of numerous friends and music industry leaders, the NASHVILLE SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME will at last become a physical reality,” said ALGER. “At this exciting time, it is a tremendous honor to be elected Chair of this all-volunteer board, made up of these great songwriters and dynamic business leaders. There is still a lot of work to do and money left to raise, but what an incredible team we have in place to do it.”
For more information and the complete list of board members, visit www.nashvillesongwritersfoundation.com.