All Things Go Announces 2023 Creator Summit


All Things Go has announced its Creator Summit that will run in conjunction with this year’s festival. It will take place at 6:00pm on Friday, September 29th at the Eaton hotel in Washington, D.C. Presented by Spotify EQUAL, the event will feature 3 panel conversations bringing together influential figures from across music, technology, activism, and media spaces. Best of all, the event is absolutely free with RSVP.

The “Harmonizing Equity” panel will be moderated by Lauren McCarthy, Editor in Chief of NYLON. This discussion will delve into the diverse roles women occupy within the music industry and highlight the profound influence of their voices in the ever-changing landscape. It will feature the following panelists, who are all dedicated to creating more equitable opportunities for women in music.

Kristina London – Founder, Amplify Her Voice & Social Media Manager, Goldenvoice
Chissy Nkemere – Rock & Alternative Artist Partnerships, Spotify & Global Chair of Education, Women In Music
Bel Aztiria – Global Music Programs | Lead Social & Equity, Spotify
Autumn Merritt – Head Of Memberships, Cities Without Houses, Soho House

The “Inspiring Action Through Music” panel will be moderated by Maxwell Frost, the first Gen Z congressman. This discussion will focus on the potential of music to drive positive social change and how it can serve as a powerful tool for activism and democracy. The panel will feature the below panelists:

Sybil Gallagher – Founder, Calling All Crows
Casey Acierno – Media Responsibility Lead, Social Impact, Spotify
Geoffrey Morrissey – Director Of Operations and Community Engagement – The Ally Coalition

Finally, during the Fireside Chat, Anna Gaca, Senior Editor of Pitchfork, will sit down for an interview with the All Things Go festival artist, Samia.

RSVP for free here!

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