The Recording Academy Re-Elects George J. Flanigen
July 8, 2011 at 3:39 PM (PT)
NASHVILLE video director/producer GEORGE J. FLANIGEN has re-elected to a second term as Chair of THE RECORDING ACADEMY at their recent Board of Trustees meeting in LOS ANGELES. Recording artist CHRISTINE ALBERT from TEXAS was elected Vice Chair; engineer/producer GLENN LORBECKI from the PACIFIC NORTHWEST continues for a second term as Secretary/Treasurer; and five-time GRAMMY winner JIMMY JAM from LOS ANGELES was re-elected for a second term as Chair Emeritus.
"Through the election of our experienced and credible National Officers, we will continue our mission of keeping THE RECORDING ACADEMY a premier organization within our vibrant music community," said President/CEO of THE RECORDING ACADEMY NEIL PORTNOW. "I look forward to working closely with this diverse and talented team of music professionals to continue steering THE ACADEMY and the GRAMMY AWARDS to new heights."
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