NMAAM Board of Directors

Anasa Troutman

An artist manger, writer, producer, and entrepreneur, Anasa Troutman has dedicated her life to the importance of culture and the power of love. As CEO of her company, Eloveate, Anasa works to build and execute strategies for artists and organizations that are aligned with her vision of a loving world and her belief in creativity as a pathway to personal, community and global transformation.

Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Anasa awakened to her life’s work during her time in Atlanta, Georgia, when, attending Spelman College, she founding Groovement/EarthSeed Music, a successful record label and artists collective of young, cutting edge, visionary musicians, performers, and writers.

Over the years, Anasa has provided strategic and creative support for countless artists and many important cultural and political institutions and has  twice accepted invitations to the White House by the Obama administration to advise on cultural policy.

In addition to producing a host of projects conceived and produced by CEO, Anasa Troutman, Eloveate’s current work includes management and producing for India.Arie, Rev. Sekou & The Holy Ghost, The Donny Hathaway Legacy Project, Rashu Aten, and Undeniable, a document about independent soul music.

2017 My Music Matters: A Celebration of Legends Luncheon

June 02, 2017

  The Legends Luncheon celebrates music, specifically the impact that African Americans have made on American musical culture. This concept...

MET Summer Academy

June 12, 2017

Registration Information Registration and Fee Deadline: June 5, 2017 Early Bird – $50 off if you register by April 15,...

The National Museum of African American Music will stand as an international iconic cultural museum dedicated to the vast contributions African Americans have made in music.


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