CAA’s Maria May Joins Night Time Industries Association Board

Maria May
– Maria May
Head of Electronic Music/International at Creative Artists Agency

The UK’s Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) welcomes to the board Maria May, head of electronic music/international at Creative Artists Agency (CAA).

With 25 years of experience, May has represented many of the innovators and groundbreaking artists of the electronic music scene and was instrumental in CAA’s expansion into dance music, growing the global team and helping to build a roster that includes David Guetta, Black Eyed Peas, The Chainsmokers, Roisin Murphy, Paul Kalkbrenner, and many more.  
May was also recently inducted into the Music Week Roll of Honour, which aims to highlight the breadth, depth and variety of individuals who are “game changers” in the music industry as well as named to the board of advisors of the Association For Electronic Music (AFEM).
All of this make May “one of the most influential people in electronic music,” according to the NTIA.
During the pandemic, May has fought hard to bring the professionals working in electronic music relief. She worked closely with the NTIA on campaigns urging the Government to recognize the valuable contribution that the sector has both economically and culturally.
May said, “I am truly honoured to be joining the board of NTIA, an organisation passionately devoted to raising awareness of, and giving meaningful support to, the businesses and individuals connected with the Night Time economy’s.  
“I am greatly looking forward to bringing my own experience, with the support of my company CAA, to represent and advocate for electronic music and what it brings to the UK economy and culture and to the globe.”
NTIA CEO Michael Kill commented: “We are extremely pleased that Maria May has agreed to join the Board.
“Her passion and tenacious nature has already added so much strength and foresight to the work that is being done by the NTIA, it is almost a natural progression for Maria to step into this position.
“I have witnessed an overwhelming desire and tireless commitment from Maria, bringing together key people within the Electronic Music sector to help communicate the economic and cultural value of this vitally important scene and have it recognised by Government as a vital part of the UK’s cultural tapestry within contemporary music culture. 
“Maria has a huge depth of knowledge and experience within the sector, and her engagement will add another dimension to the NTIA Board and its fight to stand up for what seems more and more like an exiled sector.”