Urban Development’s, Pamela McCormick, heralded campaigner of the year at the Women In Music Awards.
This month, Music Week held their fourth annual #WomenInMusicAwards, celebrating some phenomenal women who are shaping the future of the music industry. Urban Development founder and director, Pamela McCormick, was awarded Campaigner of the Year. The award stands testament to the foundation’s ongoing drive to increase visibility and diversity in the industry supporting and developing grassroots talent from all walks of life.
Over the last two years, Pamela has expanded the organisation with charitable arm Urban Development Music Foundation, bringing education and talent development to the countries most impoverished boroughs, and Urban Development Music; a record label and production house with studios, talent schemes and music publishing facilities. Inspiring with undying dedication to the cause. read her interview with Music Week here: http://bit.ly/2mHR72A
“I’m incredibly honoured and humbled to accept this award. I am very proud to stand alongside the industry’s leaders, women who through sheer passion, dedication and talent are helping to make the British music industry the global success story that it is. None of this would be possible for me without my fantastic team, or our funders who have supported Urban Development and helped us grow. Thank you all for your commitment to a shared passion and vision of making a difference to the lives of this country’s young, underprivileged talent.” – Pamela McCormick, Urban Development Founder and Director.