Stevie Spring CBE appointed as Chair of the PRS for Music Board 

Voted in by the Members’ Council, she brings 35 years of leadership experience to the Board.

Headshot of Stevie Springs CBE
Stevie Springs CBE

The PRS Members’ Council has appointed Stevie Spring CBE as the new Chair of the PRS for Music Board. She brings 35 years of experience across public, private, charity, government and membership organisations, as well as having chaired Children in Need for the BBC.

‘I love working with creative people and I love music,’ Stevie said of her new role. ‘Andrea’s vision is progressive and ambitious; I’m very excited to be joining the PRS for Music Board at a time of such challenge and such opportunity.’

The Board supervises how PRS is run and provides the strategy for the organisation, which is put forward for approval to the Members’ Council. The Council decides who is appointed to the Board.

Commenting on Stevie joining the Board as Chair, Andrea Czapary Martin, CEO, PRS for Music, said: ‘Stevie’s appointment is a reflection on our ambition to maximise the value of the rights we represent and deliver world-class services for members and customers.

‘As we enter our 110th year, I look forward to working closely with Stevie to shape the next chapter of PRS for Music.’

Stevie succeeds Stephen Davidson, who was Chair from 2014 and provided counsel on landmark music events, including the EU Copyright Directive and the launch of the joint venture PPL PRS Ltd.

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