BMI is very pleased to welcome Alex Flores as BMI’s new Senior Vice President, Creative. Flores will be based out of BMI’s Los Angeles office, and will report to Mike Steinberg, Executive Vice President, Creative & Licensing, beginning August 6.
Flores will oversee the Creative teams in BMI’s six offices in New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, Atlanta, London and San Juan, helping support the Company’s songwriting community and cultivating key industry relationships. She will also oversee the continued development and execution of acquisition and retention strategies that are in line with BMI’s overall mission of growing our leading market share across all genres of music.
“I’m thrilled to welcome Alex to BMI,” said Steinberg. “She brings a wealth of experience across multiple industries that will greatly benefit BMI’s current and future songwriters and composers. I look forward to seeing her lead our Creative team to build upon BMI’s unparalleled roster of established and developing talent and our tremendous success in fostering career-defining opportunities for the music creators we represent.”
Before joining BMI, Flores held various positions at BMG including her most recent post as Senior Vice President of Marketing, North America. In that role, she managed the day-to-day operations of the U.S. Synch Marketing teams while continuing to secure placements for BMG’s repertoire across all media platforms. Flores also worked closely with her international counterparts, songwriters, producers and artists to maximize synch opportunities in the U.S. as well as acquire talent and renew deals. She joined BMG in 2012 as a Director, Marketing, Film & Television where she was responsible for placing music in films, TV shows and soundtracks. She also held positions of increasing responsibility at Walt Disney Studios, Universal Pictures and Univision Music Group.
Flores has an MFA from Loyola Marymount University and a BA from Universidad Iberoamericana Noroeste.