Jenifer Mallory has been appointed executive vice president, general manager for Columbia Records, the label announced Tuesday (Sept. 4). She will be based in New York and report to Chairman and CEO Ron Perry.
Mallory is filling the post vacated by Joel Klaiman last month -- one he held for six years. At the beginning of the year, she was elevated to EVP, international marketing for Sony Music Entertainment, helping manage global strategic development for artists on Columbia, Epic and RCA's rosters, including Adele, Beyoncé, Camila Cabello, Harry Styles, Khalid and more.
In the new role, Mallory will oversee Columbia's marketing, publicity, promotion, digital, sales, content, licensing and brand partnerships departments.