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Erin Anderson

Olivia Management
Founder and CEO

Erin Anderson is the Founder and CEO of Olivia Management, an artist management and consulting company based in Nashville. Since founding Olivia Management in 2012, Anderson has grown the company to three full-time staff, five management clients, and a consulting business that is helping 10-15 clients at any given time. In 2019, she launched Educate by Olivia Management with the goal of educating independent artists about business to help them grow their bottom line alongside their fan base. In addition to music consulting and artist career management, Anderson teaches as an adjunct professor at Belmont University in Music Business and Entrepreneurship.

Prior to starting these companies, Anderson worked as a product manager in Seattle at Amazon Music. She has consulted with the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, Sony Music Entertainment, the Americana Music Association, Kind of Blue Music, Keb' Mo', GoodMusicAllDay.com, Rachel Potter (X Factor), and worked at Universal Music Group Nashville which consisted of imprints Lost Highway Records, MCA Records, and Mercury Records.

Anderson was named a finalist in the Nashville Emerging Leader Awards in 2016 and 2018. She serves as the staff director at Owen Graduate School of Management's Accelerator Summer Business Institute, volunteers to teach entrepreneurship to inmates through the BEST program, served as the music coordinator for TEDx Nashville for three years, and was one of the founding members of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center's Advance Nashville initiative in digital music.