IAM Management Team
On behalf of Madeleine Crouch & Co., we are honored to be working with the IAM. At MCC, we understand the importance of forging relationships that foster an open dialogue and honest communication. Your management team has years of experience not only in working with membership associations, but also backgrounds rooted in service and relationship-building.
Thank you for the opportunity of working with you and we look forward to a bright future together.
IAM Executive Director
972-233-9107 x 207
IAM Assistant Director
972-233-9107 ext. 211
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IAM Executive Director Carol Wilbur has been an Account Executive for Madeleine Crouch & Co, Inc. , a non-profit management company, since 2017, following a 30-year career in retail print music. As Executive Director, she oversees the daily operations of the IAM. Her years of experience as a board member for an international print music organization, as well as working numerous conventions and conferences, have been a huge asset in her current job, and having a degree in Applied Math makes preparing budgets a lot easier! She enjoys the wide variety of responsibilities that come with the job and the opportunities to work with dedicated people from diverse industries – optical, beverage technology, print music, photography, and now mediation! In her spare time, she is an avid pickleball player, enjoys reading, and loves to quilt. Carol and her husband, Kurt, have been married 29 years and live in Dallas, TX.
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IAM Assistant Director Richard Rejino is an Account Executive for Madeleine Crouch & Co., Inc. and has been with MCC since 2013. Formerly IAM’s Executive Director, Richard has moved into a more supportive role with IAM as he begins a slow transition toward retirement. In addition to the IAM, Richard serves as the Executive Director for the International Leica Society and the National Piano Foundation. For almost the entirety of his career, Richard’s work has centered on building lasting relationships with people and organizations.
Prior to MCC, his work experience included 30 years in the print music retail business as an owner and manager, and he has served on two international boards. His degrees include a Bachelor of Music Education from West Texas State University and a Master of Music in Piano from the University of North Texas. In 2016, he graduated from Southern Methodist University with a second master’s degree in Liberal Studies in Creative Writing. He is the author of, What Music Means to Me and has been published in several national and international music and photography publications. Recently, Richard was named the winner of the Confluence Award for Excellence in Creative Writing. He is also a part-time professional photographer and his work has been shown at the Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad, California. Richard enjoys reading, running, and loves to cook. He is married to Mona, a pianist, published composer, and music teacher, and has two grown children, Maggie and Adam.