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Country Music Hall Of Fame® And Museum Names New Troubadour Advisory Council Members And Leadership Team

February 08, 2024

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Feb. 8, 2024 The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s Troubadour Advisory Council, comprised of talented and dedicated young leaders in the Nashville community, has named its 2024 members and leadership team.        

Troub Leadership

The leadership team includes: 

  • Patrick Thomas, Chair (Senior Vice President of Broadcasting and Host, PickleJar Up All Night) 
  • Zach Farnum, Vice-Chair (Owner, 117 Entertainment) 
  • Nina Jenkins Fisher, Vice-Chair (Senior Director, Creative, Jody Williams Songs) 
  • Elizabeth Lombardi, Vice-Chair (Executive, Business Affairs Music Touring, Creative Artists Agency)

The newly appointed leadership team will work closely with the Troubadour Advisory Council’s 2024 members, including: 

  • Scott Adkins (President/CEO, Adkins Publicity) 
  • Karli Berman (Teacher, Metro Nashville Public Schools) 
  • Christopher Beverly (Business & Entertainment Attorney, Shields Construction Law, PLLC) 
  • Kasey Cleckler (Executive + Performance Coach, Cape + Anchor) 
  • Katie Cline Moore (Business Manager, Cline Co Business & Financial Management) 
  • Emily Dryburgh (Co-Founder: Young Music City, RNBW Queer Music Collective, Country Proud) 
  • Alex Hall (Recording Artist, Monument Records) 
  • Betsy Lee (Business Manager, FBMM) 
  • Brenden Oliver (Director of Awards Stewardship, Country Music Association) 
  • Carter Robinson (SVP Financial Advisor, Music Entertainment & Sports Group, Pinnacle Bank) 
  • Karen Schillinger (Agent, Creative Artists Agency) 
  • Molly Shehan (Partner, Milom Crow Kelley Beckett Shehan PLC) 
  • Casey Thomas (Director, Publicity and Creative, Monument Records) 
  • Josh Tomlinson (Director – Creative, BMI) 
  • Max Vanberg (Country Music Agent Trainee, William Morris Endeavor) 

About Troubadour Membership 

A community of young professionals, Troubadour members enjoy quarterly networking events at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. They connect with other like-minded professionals, ages 21-45, and play a part in supporting the museum’s educational mission.  

Troubadour membership directly supports the museum’s Community Counts program, which provides free museum admission to youth from Davidson County and bordering counties.  

For more information, including benefits, visit: 

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