Cam Named Contributor to GRAMMY Diversity and Inclusion Task Force

For the entirety of her career, Cam has used her platform in country music to voice her opinions on many topics. She’ll take that vocal power right to a new position on the GRAMMY Diversity and Inclusion Task Force alongside many other colleagues in the entertainment industry.

A total of 20 members, including the California native, will make up the force that will focus on “the various barriers and unconscious biases faced by underrepresented communities throughout the music industry and, specifically across Recording Academy operations and policies,” according to a statement from the Academy.

Cam, for one, could not wait to step up as a face for country music and show strength for all those in music looking for a way to be heard once and for all.

“Have you seen the news?? I am a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force!! 👮🏻‍♀️💛💪🏻 (swipe to read more). We are working to understand the biases/barriers affecting underrepresented groups in the music business, and in the Recording Academy specifically. I’m so unbelievably honored to be a part of this. Stay tuned. Cause boy oh boy have I got a lot to say… change is comin 😘,” she wrote excitedly on her Instagram post.

Other famous faces joining the industry group include Sheryl Crow, Andra Day, Common among top executives and CEOs from several creative companies within entertainment. The union will be overseen by Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s chief of staff, Tina Tchen.

Cam’s current single, “Diane,” can be streamed or purchased at this time.

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