New York, NY – Columbia Records has promoted Jenifer Mallory to President, it was announced today by Chairman and CEO Ron Perry, who will continue to explain.
Mallory has been working as the company’s Senior Vice President and General Manager since 2018. In his new role, he will continue to oversee the marketing, digital, advertising, video production, licensing, and brand relations departments.
Known for his international business expertise, Mallory has played a major role in helping to disrupt Columbia’s new talent and advance the careers of its top talent. In particular, he led successful campaigns for famous artists such as AC/DC, Adele, Baby Keem, Barbra Streisand, Beyonc.It is soBob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Daft Punk, Depeche Mode, Harry Styles, Lil Nas X, Pharrell Williams, Polo G, Rosalía, Solange, The Kid LAROI, and Tyler, the Creator among others.
Regarding her promotion, Ron Perry shares, “Jen’s unwavering advocacy for artists, exceptional leadership skills, and unwavering commitment to Columbia Records make her a true President.”
Jenifer Mallory said: “I’ve had the privilege of spending a lot of time in my career at Columbia Records and I’m proud of what we’ve accomplished over the past few years. I am thankful for our incredible staff and especially our inspiring professionals. I am very grateful to Ron Perry and Rob Stringer for giving me this position and for their advice. I will continue to promote our artists and honor Columbia’s legacy. “
Prior to his five years as Vice President and General Manager of Columbia, Mallory was Vice President of International at Sony Music Entertainment working on Columbia, Epic, RCA, and Arista labels. Leading teams in New York and London, his work focuses on leading global advertising campaigns for US-signed artists.
Joining Columbia Records in 2006, Mallory rose through the ranks of digital marketing and international sales to become Vice President, International for Sony Music Entertainment. In 2018, Columbia Records named him Vice President and General Manager. Over time, he became known throughout the industry for his leadership and excellence. Billboard they basically included him in the middle of 2022 Women in Music and wanted 100 power in 2019, right Miscellaneous, Music Business Worldwide, CONCERNSand others have described his work so far.