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GRAMMY Museum Expands Music Education & Digital Initiatives
Today the GRAMMY Museum announced a senior staff reorganization, including the creation of three key senior leadership positions: Vice President of Finance and Administration; Vice President of Education for GRAMMY In The Schools; and Vice President of Artist Relations, Programs, and Content.
Key features of the restructure include expanding the education department's national music education programs, otherwise known as GRAMMY In The Schools programs, such as GRAMMY Camp, which will be led by David R. Sears, the Museum's new Vice President of Education for GRAMMY In The Schools. Additionally, Hilary Fahlsing now leads the Finance and Administration team as Vice President and Lynne Sheridan has been promoted to Vice President of Artist Relations, Programs, and Content.
"As President of the GRAMMY Museum, it is my responsibility to ensure that everything we do helps to further our mission of celebrating our musical heritage and increasing access to music education, which is why we find it crucial to expand our education and digital initiatives," said Sticka. "I'm thrilled to have Hilary, David, and Lynne join GRAMMY Museum COO Rita George on our expanded leadership team to continue enriching the impact of the Museum and our programs in Los Angeles, nationally and digitally.”
Sears, Fahlsing and Sheridan will all continue to report to Michael Sticka, GRAMMY Museum President. The changes take effect Aug. 1.
Meanwhile, the GRAMMY Museum has continued its never-before-released Public Programs digital series features, releasing new intimate sit-down interviews with artists and musicians as well as digital exhibits while the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles remains closed until further notice in light of COVID-19.