Jasmine Lywen-Dill has been the Communications Manager at the GRAMMY Museum since 2018. She works on internal and external communications surrounding the non-profit company's exhibits, Public Program series, and education and community engagement initiatives locally and nationally. She also works hand-in-hand with the Recording Academy Communications team surrounding GRAMMY Week activations. Previously, she worked for four years in music management at New Community Management working with artists such as Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros, Alex Ebert, Bad Suns, and more, followed by three years at Warner Records in Publicity working with artists such as Neil Young, Flaming Lips, Jenny Lewis, and many more legendary and up-and-coming artists. She also has been involved with GIRLSCHOOL, an all women artist collective that throws annual all women artists events and festivals, since 2016. She graduated in Communications from Boston University.
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