Supported by Creative BC and the Government of British Columbia



Meagan has been an advocate for the BC music industry throughout her more than ten-year career. After starting out in live production, she moved on to the Music BC Industry Association, where she worked to grow the BC music economy through local, domestic, and international development programs for artists and industry. Encouraged by watching local artists bloom over the years, she's determined to assist artists' development hands-on. Meagan brings an eye for design, marketing, and communications to her role at Tiny Kingdom, with an active ear to the ground for new trends and talents.  Meagan has also served as a JUNO committee member and FACTOR juror and is an active member of CIMA and the MMF, along with co-chairing the Women In Music BC chapter. 




Over the past decade, Savannah’s experiences in the music industry have seen her on both sides of the curtain. After completing a degree in music at Concordia University, she started a string of original music projects, the most recent being alt-pop-rock outfit SAVVIE. Noticing a knack for the behind-the-scenes dealings of the industry, she began working at live venues and events, and assisting other artists with their careers. This led to a job at Music BC, where she managed various artist development programs, events, funding programs and educational workshops for over 8 years.  Her musical and industry knowledge has been called upon as a juror for the JUNO Awards, FACTOR, Prism Prize, SOCAN Songwriting Prize and BreakOut West, and as a contributor for Beatroute Magazine. She continues the trend of artist development at Tiny Kingdom, focusing on grant writing, royalty administration, and management, as well as co-chairing the Women in Music BC chapter and sitting on the Music Managers Forum Canada board of directors.