Dudley Steps Down At CMA

NASHVILLE, TN (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — CMA Senior Vice President Bobette Dudley has resigned from her post.

Dudley, a 25-year veteran of CMA, was integral in relocating both the CMA Awards from New York back to Nashville and the CMA's fan Fair (Now the CMA Music Festival) from its former home at the the Tennessee State Fairgrounds to downtown Nashville.

Dudley was also a contributor in the development of CMA's television programs, including the Music Festival's television special and CMA's "CMA Country Christmas."

Dudley joined CMA 1986 and most recently served as SVP, overseeing the organization Events and Special Projects Department.

"I am truly grateful for the years and experiences at CMA as well as the pleasure of working with many fine individuals within CMA and the broader world-wide music and entertainment industry. I look forward to the pursuit of some exciting and new challenging opportunities." Dudley said, in a statement. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers