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ADA Strengthens Leadership with Addition of Christine Taylor as SVP of Finance

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  • October 18, 2016
    ADA Strengthens Leadership with Addition of Christine Taylor as SVP of Finance

    Alternative Distribution Alliance (ADA) Worldwide, Warner Music Group’s independent distribution and services arm, has hired Christine Taylor to join the company in the newly created role of Senior Vice President, Finance. Taylor reports to Eliah Seton, President of ADA.

    Taylor will be charged with oversight of ADA’s worldwide financial systems, including budgeting, forecasting, and financial planning and analysis. She will also explore long-term financial solutions and strategies as ADA plans for future growth. A member of ADA’s senior leadership, Taylor will be an advisor to Seton and provide guidance on ADA’s partnerships, investments and joint ventures.

    On Taylor’s appointment, Seton commented: “As ADA continues to globalize and grow rapidly, we need strategic resources and expertise. That’s why I’m excited to welcome Christine. She has the financial discipline and proficiency that will be invaluable as ADA evolves. Combined with her deep knowledge of industry trends and her passion for music, she is the perfect fit to join ADA’s senior team.”

    Taylor joins ADA from Island Records, where she developed new strategic initiatives and partnerships. Prior to that, Taylor spent seven years at Atlantic Records managing business development opportunities and financial planning. Previous positions include work at Fox News Channel and Sony Entertainment. 

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on October 18, 2016 - 12:00am

Alternative Distribution Alliance (ADA) Worldwide, Warner Music Group’s independent distribution and services arm, has hired Christine Taylor to join the company in the newly created role of Senior Vice President, Finance. Taylor reports to Eliah Seton, President of ADA.

Taylor will be charged with oversight of ADA’s worldwide financial systems, including budgeting, forecasting, and financial planning and analysis. She will also explore long-term financial solutions and strategies as ADA plans for future growth. A member of ADA’s senior leadership, Taylor will be an advisor to Seton and provide guidance on ADA’s partnerships, investments and joint ventures.

On Taylor’s appointment, Seton commented: “As ADA continues to globalize and grow rapidly, we need strategic resources and expertise. That’s why I’m excited to welcome Christine. She has the financial discipline and proficiency that will be invaluable as ADA evolves. Combined with her deep knowledge of industry trends and her passion for music, she is the perfect fit to join ADA’s senior team.”

Taylor joins ADA from Island Records, where she developed new strategic initiatives and partnerships. Prior to that, Taylor spent seven years at Atlantic Records managing business development opportunities and financial planning. Previous positions include work at Fox News Channel and Sony Entertainment.