Miami – The Latin Recording Academy on Tuesday announced the election of new members to its Board of Trustees, which will continue to be chaired by Spanish conductor and composer Luis Cobos.
In a communique released on Tuesday, the Academy's president and CEO, Gabriel Abaroa Jr., announced that the board's new vice chair will be award-winning engineer Antonio "Moogie" Canazio.
Television producer Mary Black-Suarez will serve as secretary, while media businessman Luis Villanueva was elected treasurer.
In addition, Colombian composer and producer Kike Santander will continue in his post of chair emeritus.
The Latin Recording Academy is an international organization comprised of artists, musicians, composers, producers and other technical and creative professionals recording in Spanish and/or Portuguese.
The organization produces the annual Latin Grammy awards ceremony.