Nicole George-Middleton is the Vice President of the Rhythm & Soul/Urban Membership division of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and next up in our “Black History Month Spotlight.”
Earning a bachelors degree from the prestigious UPENN, Nicole pursued her career in the music business while studying for her law degree at The Brooklyn Law School. Following graduation, she actively practiced entertainment law for five years with the Middleton Law Group where she then became director of business and legal affairs for Jive Records.
In 2008, Middleton joined ASCAP and was labeled one of Billboard‘s “Top 40 Women in Music in 2011.”
ASCAP is a membership association of more than 420,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers. It’s roster includes legendary artists; Quincy Jones, Beyonce, Drake, NeYo, Chaka Khan and Smokey Robinson, along with writers and producers such as Kerry “Krucial” Brothers and Stargate.