As a child, Lee-Anne would sit in front of the record player pretending to be a radio DJ, and as each song played she would sing along with her skipping rope microphone plugged into the couch cushions. It was there she discovered she had no musical talent — but that never stopped her love for music.
For twenty years, Lee-Anne has been putting her love for music and dedication to performers’ rights to work. She is instrumental in the administrative procedures that put rights in place in Canada to compensate recording artists for work done on sound recordings in international territories. These rights extend to all genres of music and are often a valuable revenue stream for artists to continue pursuing their craft.