Guitar Girl Magazine’s Tara Low Named WiMN Advisory Board Member

“Women have contributed enormously to the growth of the industry over the years, with several legendary names creating memories for lovers of good music. Unfortunately, many talented professional women in the industry still struggle to get the recognition they deserve.

Music enthusiast and entrepreneur, Tara Low, named member of the advisory board of WiMN — The Women’s International Music Network.

February 28, 2022 – Woodstock, Georgia – Tara Low’s efforts to promote good content continue to yield the desired result as the founder and editor-in-chief of Guitar Girl Magazine® was recently appointed as a member of the advisory board of The International Women’s Music Networkotherwise known as WiMN, which was founded by Laura B. Whitmore in 2012. Ms. Low will bring her years of experience in the business to the table as she continues her quest to build a community of women successful professionals in the music industry, which aligns with the purpose of the WiMN.

“I am so honored to join the WiMN Advisory Board and to be in great company with Laura Whitmore and the other great women leaders on the Board of Directors to drive the betterment of women in the music industry. has been my passion for over a decade now and serving on this board will allow me to further expand my contributions to this cause,” said Ms. Low.

Ms. Whitmore adds, “Tara Low’s experience and dedication to championing women in music is a real asset to the Women’s International Music Network. We are delighted to have him on our side and know that his valuable knowledge will help us achieve our goals of creating a platform of opportunity and diversity. »

Women have contributed immensely to the growth of the industry over the years, with several legendary names creating memories for lovers of good music. Unfortunately, many talented professional women in the industry still struggle to get the recognition they deserve. However, Ms. Low aims to change that narrative through her content seen on the Guitar Girl Magazine website and through her efforts recently recognized by The Women’s International Music Network.

Tara Low has over a decade of experience in the music business, launching her online music store and blog, Guitar It Up for Girls, in 2009, which catered to the needs of young and adult women. She ended up creating Guitar Girl Magazine in 2012, following the success of her shop and her blog. The magazine has grown into a leading women-focused publication with digital and print versions.

Ms. Low will join the WiMN team, which currently includes Grammy-nominated saxophonist and singer-songwriter Mindi Abair; Brian Berman, Marketing Manager, National Veterinary Associates; and Janet Billig Rich, founder of Manage This Media. Other advisory board members are: Dawn Birr – Business Manager, Audio Recording, Sennheiser Electronics Corporation; Monique Boyer – Director, Artist Relations | PRO Membership, MAC Cosmetics; Rob Christie – Republic Records studio manager; Lisa Foxx – On-Air Personality, MYfm Los Angeles, iHeartRadio; Karrie Keyes – Monitor Engineer/Pearl Jam/Eddie Vedder and co-founder of Soundgirls.org; Ursula Kneller – Director of Global Strategic Operations at Universal Music Group; Beth Marlis – Vice President, Institute of Musicians; Heather Dembert Rafter – Principal, RafterMarsh US; Divinity Roxx – Bassist and songwriter; Paula Salvatore – Vice President/Customer Relations and Marketing, Universal Music Group; Brad Tolinski – Editorial Director of Special Projects, Centennial Publishing; and Karen Webb – Founder, PR Squared Public Relations.

For more information on Tara Low and her work with Guitar Girl Magazinevisit guitargirlmag.com. Guitar Girl Magazine can also be found on social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram at @guitargirlmag

About Tara Low

Tara Low is the founder and editor-in-chief of Guitar Girl Magazine, a print and digital magazine launched in 2012 focused on encouraging, inspiring and empowering female musicians. Ms. Low built the publication from the ground up and self-funded it every step of the way. She assembled a team with over 50 years of music industry journalism experience, producing content that featured some of the best guitar and bass players in the world today. Ms. Low received the “Dreaming Out Loud” award at the prestigious 2020 She Rocks Awards in Anaheim, Calif., was named Top Women in Media Honoree at the 2020 Folio: and Ad Monsters Show in New York, and has been featured on podcasts and in the media. A strong supporter of organizations promoting the development of women in music, her contributions include scholarships and instrument donations to charities.

About Guitar Girl Magazine

Founded in 2012, Guitar Girl Magazine is the most trusted, relevant and inspiring print and digital magazine on the market today, focused on encouraging, inspiring and empowering female musicians, created from a recognition that women and girls were too often overlooked or treated with indifference in the guitar world. Its goal is to promote artists, provide relevant music industry information, guitar gear reviews, fun rock lifestyle discoveries, insider tips and tricks, lessons and special features that will engage and inspire its readers on its website and print editions.

For more information visit www.GuitarGirlMag.com

About the International Women’s Music Network (WiMN)

Founded in 2012, the Women’s International Music Network unites women working in all facets of the music and audio industries. With the WiMN as its hub, the WiMN provides a community for women within the industry while enriching their careers and musical experiences through networking and sharing. Founded by music industry veteran Laura B. Whitmore, the Women’s International Music Network produces and hosts events such as the WiMN She Rocks Showcase series, the She Rocks Awards, and a variety of workshops and panels throughout the year.

For more information visit www.TheWiMN.com

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