The Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business recently unveiled its inaugural Professional-in-Residence program. Designed to enrich the University learning environment by exposing students to industry professionals who will help ensure that the Belmont learning experience remains dynamic, the Professional-in-Residence program will provide a small group of senior level students the opportunity to engage with an industry professional in an intimate conversation setting. This year’s Professional-in-Residence topic will be “Journey of the Creative Business Mind.” Wynonna, her long-time producer and friend Don Potter, and her manager Kerry Hansen will explore topics related to the singer’s personal journey in the entertainment industry as both an artist and a business woman.
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