Congrats are in order for Gina Miller, who was recently promoted from VP of National Promotions and Label Relations to VP/General Manager of Urban Inspiration for eOne Music Nashville.
A 12-year member of the eOne team, Miller is also serves as the Nashville Network President for the National Association of Black Female Executives in Media & Entertainment (NABFEME) and founder of the Executives INK (a mentoring program and cohort for young adult women focused on leadership & entrepreneurship) and the BE Foundation and Conference (an empowerment movement for women).
“This is an exciting time for gospel and inspirational music,” she said in a press release. “There have been many changes in the ever-evolving sounds and influence in this great genre and the music industry over the years. I am looking forward to the impact our artists will continue to make across the world, creating music that encourages, inspires, and brings people hope. I am honored and excited to deliver an incredible slate of upcoming new releases and shaping the journey ahead together in broadening gospel’s reach.”
Some of the eOne roster includes Jonathan McReynold’s Todd Dulaney, William McDowell, Lalah Hathaway, Shirley Caesar, Tweet, Michelle Williams an