Power of Women Music: Execs in Catalog

"One skill I honed in doing international marketing is how to be a diplomat -- how to get other people to do what you want them to do, and also how to spend their money for them wisely," says Ong, a native of Malaysia who became president of TaP in 2018.

LOS ANGELES: The past few months has been such a dynamic time for this industry that it was a challenge to keep up with all the executive moves for women on this year's report.

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has accelerated change, disrupting business models and personal lives.

Still, the women on Variety's Power of Women impact list have found ways to innovate, and many are hopeful for the future.

Among the women in music who are not just surviving, but thriving, in 2020 are executives from Interscope Geffen A&R, Capitol Music Group, Caroline, Universal Music Enterprises and Warner Chappell Music Publishing, as well as managers, agents, film music aficionados and tech innovators.

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Wendy Ong , Malaysia , Music , management , TaP Management


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