Wildish Named Atlantic Senior VP, International
Sue Wildish has been appointed Senior Vice President, International for the Atlantic Records Group. In this capacity, she will be responsible for overseeing the international marketing and promotion for all artists signed to the Atlantic, Elektra, and Lava Records rosters. Based at Atlantic's headquarters in New York City, Ms. Wildish reports to Atlantic Records Group Chairman/CEO Jason Flom and Co-Chairman/COO Craig Kallman. A member of the Warner Music family for 16 years, Wildish moved from London to New York in 2002 to join Atlantic as Vice President of International.
Jason Flom commented: "Since Sue came on board just 18 months ago, she has done a brilliant job in forging creative, dynamic game plans for breaking and developing our artists throughout the world. With Sue's wealth of experience on the international front, combined with her terrific staff, Atlantic is perfectly equipped to move aggressively forward in the global marketplace."
Craig Kallman noted: "One of our top priorities is to establish a new generation of global artists, to proactively seek out and market music from around the world that has truly universal appeal. Sue has already paved the way with a string of success stories, including such new international stars as Sean Paul and Kevin Lyttle. I congratulate her on this much-deserved promotion."
Working with Sue Wildish in Atlantic's International Department are: Josh Lerman, Senior Director of Marketing; Tara Tzoucalis, Director of Promotion; David Enriquez, Promotion Manager; Oretha Winston, International Co-Ordination; Lisa Margaroli, Promotion Assistant; and Sharise Malachi, Assistant to Sue Wildish.
Wildish joined Warner Music Europe in 1988 from Polygram International. Beginning as Promotion Manager, she was promoted to Director of Artist Promotion in 1995. In 2000, Wildish was named Senior Director of Marketing for Warner Music International, holding that position until her relocation to the U.S. to assume her post at Atlantic.
Source: The Atlantic Records Group