Michele Ballantyne named in list of Billboard’s 2024 women in music

Michele Ballantyne, the Chief Operating officer of the Recording Industry Association of America has achieved a significant milestone as she has been recognized as one of the Billboard’s 2024 women in music.

Michele Ballantyne named in list of Billboard’s 2024 women in music. Picture Credits: Fb accounts
Michele Ballantyne named in list of Billboard’s 2024 women in music. Picture Credits: Fb accounts

Michele Ballantyne, the Chief Operating officer of the Recording Industry Association of America has achieved a significant milestone as she has been recognized as one of the Billboard’s 2024 women in music. This acknowledgement is the result of her unwavering determination and focus in the field of music.

Michele Ballantyne was born on, St Vincent and the Grenadines. She has one of the most successful business plans, the music industry has ever witnessed. Her commitment and dedication towards the music industry have helped her achieve several accomplishments.

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Billboard is an international music and entertainment magazine published weekly to recognize the excellence of those working in the field. Getting recognized as one of Billboard’s 2024 women in music is a huge achievement for Michele Ballantyne. This recognition reflects the hard work that she has put in to turn her aspirations into reality.

The Recording Industry Association of America is an organization that represents the music recording industry in the United States of America. The association took to their official Facebook account and congratulated Michele Ballantyne for her achievement.

“Congratulations to our COO Michèle Ballantyne on being named one of #BBWomenInMusic for 2024! A champion across music & policy communities, your leadership inspires,” wrote the association.

Michele Ballantyne has always been the trailblazer for equity and inclusion in the music industry. Her exceptional growth and essence in the field of music are also a source of inspiration for many other women who want to work in this field.

“In St. Vincent, even though you hear mostly soca and reggae and dancehall, there’s also a country station. Country music is actually similar to reggae in its emphasis on storytelling., and that’s maybe why I love it so much,” stated Michèle Ballantyne.

Several residents of the community also took to their social media accounts and extended congratulations to her.

One person with a Facebook account Mandy Haydock commented “Congrats Michelle – way to go!.”

“Wow, congratulations to her, it is such a remarkable milestone in someone’s career. Many more to come,” wrote another person.