Andrew Jenkins Joins Board

Andrew Jenkins Joins Board

The Australian Children’s Music Foundation (ACMF), a not-for-profit music organisation serving disadvantaged children, today announced that experienced Universal Music Publishing Group executive Andrew Jenkins has joined its Board of Directors, as announced by ACMF Founder and CEO, Don Spencer OAM.

Andrew’s career in the music industry began at PolyGram in the UK. He was General Manager of Polydor before moving to BMG, where he was President of International. Andrew has worked with artists such Andrew Lloyd Webber, Paul Weller, Freddie Mercury, Van Morrison and The Cure. He served on the Global Board of the BMG Music Group, was the Chairman of ICMP and is a founder board member of IMPA. Prior to the acquisition of BMG Music Publishing by Universal Music Publishing, Andrew served as President of International for BMG and was responsible for signings such as the Bee Gees, Alanis Morissette, Pete Townshend and Iron Maiden.

“It is a great privilege to have Andrew join our Board, given his tremendous experience and commitment to the music industry globally,” said Spencer.

Jenkins said, “Every child should have the opportunity to learn not only of the joy of music, but its power to fulfill human potential. I am honored and excited to join ACMF and help Don Spencer spread the love of music to a new generation of Australians.”