Women in Vinyl: Career Paths in the Vinyl Industry
Join SoundGirls and Women in Vinyl to explore career paths in the vinyl industry.
Jenn D’Eugenio – Founder, Women in Vinyl | Chief of Sales, Furnace (Alexandria, VA)
The sales manager at Furnace Record Pressing, and vinyl enthusiast for over 20 years, Jenn is the founder and curator of ‘Women In Vinyl’; and is dedicated to the art and creation of vinyl. Her background spans that of designing textiles for Fortune 500 fashion companies to career advising for one of the top art colleges in the country; however, Jenn’s passion for vinyl has lead her to a career in helping to manufacture the physical product for bands, and both major to independent record labels. In launching Women in Vinyl a site, online community, and future non-profit she hopes to empower women working in the vinyl industry and to help young women who may be interested in this career path achieve their goals.
Jett Galindo – Mastering Engineer, The Bakery (Los Angeles, CA)
Brittany Benton – Record Store Owner + DJ, Brittany’s Record Shop (Cleveland, OH)
Producer and DJ as DJ Red-I as well as the owner of Brittany’s Record Shop; Brittany is an independent record store owner specializing in hip-hop, reggae and soul out of Cleveland, Ohio.
Amanda McCabe – Former Archivist, The Association for Recorded Sound Collections | Metadata, Strategy & Tactics, Universal Music Group (Seattle, WA)
Lenise Bent – Producer & Recording Engineer (Los Angeles, CA)
Robyn Raymond – Lacquer Cutter, Red Spade Records | former QA Engineer, Precision Record Pressing (Ontario, Canada)
Saturday, July 18 at 12:00 p.m. PDT