Tamara Conniff ’89

Music executive continues to shatter glass ceiling
Tamara Conniff ’89, Executive Vice President of Business Affairs for Roc Nation Music Publishing, has a long history in the music industry. Her father, Ray Conniff was a world-renowned bandleader and arranger and Tamara grew up learning the ins and outs of the business, even spending time touring and performing with her dad’s band. Tamara previously served as Chief Operating Officer of Artist Publishing Group and as President of music services for Front Line Management Group/Ticketmaster. She notably helmed Billboard magazine as the first female chief editor and associate publisher and under her leadership, the magazine won Folio’s prestigious Eddie Award for Editorial Excellence. Tamara shared her insight and experiences in the music industry with the podcast Great Minds. Click here to listen to the full interview.
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