Greer seeks out talent in the most obscure places. Her passion to be behind the scenes as much as in front is how to best describe Greer. Her entrepreneurial spirit and creative vision have always played a vital role throughout her professional career. Her past musical experiences and worldly nature enable her to understand and approach projects from an artist’s point of view. Combining these key traits along with her passion, drive and compassion compliment each other, giving her a unique skill set that is fully utilized for all of the projects with which she is involved.
Renée Michelle Moore, Esq.
Renée Michelle Moore is a licensed attorney in New York and Massachusetts. Renée oversees business and legal affairs at Global Entertainment Management and also co-manages Andrea Rosario, Todd English and Laughing Pizza with Jerry Blair. Renée also owns Moore Hits LLC, which provides legal and management services in the entertainment and technology industries. Most recently, Renée was the Director of Business and Legal Affairs at Forbes.com. Prior to Forbes, she was Director of Business & Legal Affairs at TVT Records for five years.
Renée’s family background is filled with creative talent as her grandmother was a poet and her mother pursued music as a country singer. Renée’s writing ability showed early on when she was published at the age of 13. She also achieved “Excellence in Writing” recognition while attending Northeastern University. While studying at the London School of Economics, Renée wrote an in-depth issue analysis that was submitted as a report accompanying the Crime and Disorder Bill – passed by both Houses of Parliament. Reneé merged technical and creative writing in law school and subsequently published her screenplay “Justice Isn’t Deaf” – “A Behind the Scenes Look at How Bijoux Records Executives Discuss the Potential Liability for Violence “Inspired” by Song Lyrics and How They Will Fare in the Face of the First Amendment” in the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment Law and Practice. Renée’s unique approach to legal memo drafting in screenplay form (with Bluebook notation) is now used as an alternative legal writing technique. Renée’s educational background includes a B.S., cum laude, in Criminal Justice and Political Science, from Northeastern University; a Hansard Scholar: a certificate of Parliamentary Politics and Policy from the London School of Economics; and J.D. from the University of Richmond School of Law.
Tony Cammarota’s tenure at Columbia Records demonstrates the development of a strong cross-company executive network. Examples of key contributions include creating methods for combining advertising and secured content delivery, and strategizing on campaigns for priority releases from artists such as AC/DC, Beyonce Knowles, and Aerosmith. He has planned tactically and strategically in an ever evolving business. Prior management has described him as a leader who thinks on his feet, juggles numerous projects, and analyzes and condenses information to allow the team to prioritize their time. His ability to analyze data including terrestrial radio airplay and digital impressions in an effort to determine the effect on sales helped develop marketing campaigns which optimized exposure and awareness of both developing and established artists.
Cindy Levine Baker
Cindy has spent 15 years as an executive in the music business. As Vice President of promotion for both Columbia and Capital Records, Cindy worked with all formats of radio nationally to help develop great talents such as Ricky Martin, Coldplay, Jessica Simpson, Mariah Carey, Snoop Dogg, Lisa Marie Presley and many more. Her long standing relationships with entertainment agents, attorneys, managers, consultants is second to none. She has organized and managed budgets for artists’ touring, trade magazines, radio events and outside consulting. Cindy also founded a poker company, Pocket Aces, that hosts poker seminars in cites across America featuring today’s biggest poker professionals.
Jason Abbey started his career working with Steve Leber of Leber/Krebs, one of the most successful management companies in the world. His first project with Steve was working with the Moscow Circus, one of the top grossing Family Shows ever. After various projects with Steve Leber Jason made his move to the other side of the office were Joan Jett and Kenny Laguna’s Blackheart Records was located. At Blackheart Records Jason started working with Elliot Saltzman booking dates and tours for Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and other artists. He was also actively involved in the day-to-day management and operations of The Blackheart Records Group. After 2 years Jason was offered a position with Jonny Podell, the Head Of Worldwide Music at International Creative Management (ICM).
At ICM Jason worked with Samantha Kirby booking dates for artists like Fatboy Slim, Goldie, Morcheeba, and many other acts on the ICM roster. In February of 1999 Jason was asked to go with Jonny Podell to work with him at the new company he was starting with David Zedeck, Evolution Talent. In the next year Jason honed his skills and gained a reputation as one of the top new up and coming talents in the entertainment business. A year after moving to Evolution Talent, Jason, was hired to produce and book the RINGO STARR and His All-Starr Band 2000 US tour and The British Rock Symphony Worldwide tour for David Fishof Presents. Along with this Jason was David Fishof’s liaison between the artist roster and David (Phil Simms, David Faber, Ringo Starr, and many others).
Aaron Accetta, an accomplished Record Producer, Songwriter, Musician and Artist, was born and raised in New York, where he grew up surrounded by a kaleidoscope of musical inspirations and influences. From small gigs at local bars to industry showcases at Mercury Lounge, Aaron lived and breathed music and followed wherever his passion would take him.
In 2000, Aaron’s songwriting skills and signature guitar playing were instrumental in landing his longtime pop/rock band, JBender, a lucrative recording contract with Columbia Records. After completing JBender’s debut album, Look Back and Laugh, Aaron’s strong passion for creating music shifted his focus away from the stage and back into the studio, this time as a producer. Aaron’s catchy, musical melodies and contemporary, seamless production quickly made him a sought-after name and procured him numerous industry opportunities. In 2003, Aaron was offered an in-house Producer and Songwriter position for Trans Continental Records. He relocated to Orlando and in no time had a slew of production, mixing, and songwriting credits under his belt, as well as three outstanding reviews in Billboard Magazine and a RIAA Certified Gold Record to commemorate sales of his flawless production of Aaron Carter’s U.S. single, Saturday Night. In addition, Aaron has appeared on many TV programs such as The Today Show, Vh1 and Live with Regis & Kelly, and has also produced and/or written for many well-known artists, including James Garfunkel (son of Art Garfunkel), Brooke Hogan, Deborah Gibson, Jordan Knight (New Kids), Rich Cronin, LFO, C-Note (JKH Entertainment), Keke Palmer (Atlantic Records), Captain Kid, Tina Parol (Universal), Freddy (Kidd Kraddick radio show), Pierre (UK artist), Jeff Timmons (98 Degrees), Aaron Carter (Trans Con), and Nick Carter (Backstreet Boys). Aaron is currently back in New York working on projects for both major and Indie record labels, as well as developing new talent.
Karin Loglisci has worked as a designer, brand consultant and design manager for 13 years. She has worked for global branding agencies, such Siegel & Gale, FutureBrand and Fitch; and as an independent consultant. Her work expands from large corporate clients to brands for individuals, across industries and around the globe. Some of these include Nokia, BBC Music, BBC News, Sony Bravia, UBS, White & Case and BT.com.
Karin spent the past 10 years living and working in London, where in 2008, she re-launched her own business, LoglisciDesign. It was in London she discovered a passion for music and began working with top London clubs and DJs to deliver brands for individual DJs and producers and club venues, such as The Hoxton Pony, London’s top East End venue. Since returning to the US, she has started working with Global Entertainment Management to deliver brands for its artists.
Karin creates and delivers brands that cause awareness and a need for a product or service. Her aim is to deliver designs that are simple, clever, unique, stylish and functional. Karin is passionate about enriching people’s lives through the use of good design, as well as developing what your brand stands for and how it is communicated in an effective way. Karin received a BA in Design Communications from Carnegie-Mellon University and a Masters in Design Management from Pratt Institute.