Part of the benefits of belonging to an international community of music business and music entrepreneurship educators is that I can participate in conferences where I can connect and learn from my amazing colleagues and other industry experts.

I have truly enjoyed attending live conferences over the years; it’s been such an integral part of my educational journey.

During the pandemic, there seemed to be no hope for live events, but the amount of events I’ve been able to attend has actually increased! (And there are no travel costs 😉

Last year, I had to take a break from conference presentations due to the birth of my second son.

But this year, I’ve been able to catch up…and then some!

Conferences are a great opportunity to interact with my colleagues in the field and to be able to transfer all of my knowledge and the latest trends I learn about from the conferences to my students and coaching clients.

I have participated in the MEIEA (Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association) conference as a guest speaker for several years now, but this is the first year it has been made open to the public.

So I want to take the opportunity to invite all of you to join us live on October 2nd and 3rd for a fantastic lineup of speakers and experts.

Below is the video of my individual presentation called “The Musician’s Profit Umbrella and Women as Musician Entrepreneurs”.

You can also join me live for a panel Q&A discussion on Saturday, Oct. 3rd from where I’ll be joined with esteemed colleagues and we’ll be answering your questions.

There will be incredible speakers featured at this conference. The registration is completely free and open to the public.

Register here to attend the MEIEA conference for free!