Deborah Dugan, the CEO of nonprofit HIV/AIDS organization (RED) has officially been announced as the new CEO of the Recording academy responsible for coordinating the Grammy’s.
She will officially replace Neil Portnow as the newest president and CEO of the Recording Academy.
Deborah Dugan becomes the first recording Academy’s permanent Chief Executive Officer.
According to reports, Deborah will take her new post in July.
She will be bringing decades of industry experience along with her and making history as the first woman to hold a permanent position as CEO and president with the Academy, responsible for coordinating the Grammy’s every year.
Congratulations to Deborah Dugan.