As part of its continued commitment to diversity and equity in the workplace and beyond, Sony Music Group (SMG) announced the appointment of Tiffany R. Warren as Executive Vice President, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer. In this newly created position, Ms. Warren will work with all of Sony Music Group’s global recorded music, publishing and corporate divisions to expand the Company’s ongoing equity and inclusion activities and policies.
Warren will directly report to SMG Chairman, Rob Stringer, who remarked, “I am delighted to have Tiffany join our leadership team. Her ground-breaking strategic vision, expertise and entrepreneurism will help us further our commitment to equity and long-term change inside our company and throughout the industry.”
Since 2009 Warren has served as Omnicom Group’s Chief Diversity Officer, where she created and implemented the Omnicom People Engagement Network (OPEN), a diversity, equity and inclusion framework, and more than doubled multicultural representation within the Company’s officers and managers ranks.
Commenting on her new Sony Music Group position, Warren remarked, “I am honored to join Sony Music Group, as music has played such a culturally, morally and emotionally significant role in my life and the lives of many. Music has deeply impacted the shift society has taken to elevate diversity, equity and belonging, and Sony Music Group and its artists and songwriters have historically contributed to the soundtrack of these pivotal inflection points around the world. I am humbled to contribute my experience to this remarkable legacy.”