“Caroline and Zach reflect the future of the music business, having already built an incredible roster of artists through their entrepreneurial approach to client representation,” reads a statement from Scott Clayton, Lucy Dickins and Kirk Sommer, co-heads of WME’s music division. “Their addition underscores our commitment to the hip-hop / R&B space, and their energy will serve as a tremendous benefit to both our colleagues and clients.”
“We are excited to bring our 25 plus years of combined experience to the innovative and forward-thinking music department at WME led by Scott, Lucy and Kirk,” say Yim and Iser in a statement. “We are blessed to represent extraordinary, ground-breaking talent, and we look forward to working alongside their management teams to guide their multi-dimensional artistry to the highest levels utilizing the breadth of resources that WME has to offer. We are eager to continue to expand our business and build upon WME’s strength in the Hip-Hop/R&B space.”
Yim began her career at MCA Records, before transitioning to ICM Partners. Yim has received numerous accolades for her achievements within the music industry and for the past four years has been an active supporter of Big Brothers Big Sisters LA, starting off as a “Women in Entertainment” mentor before joining the board in 2018. In early 2020, Yim co-founded the Asian American Collective, a community organization that fosters growth, education and connection for current and future Asian American creatives.
Iser began his career as a talent manager and promoter in New York City before joining ICM Partners where he quickly became the youngest agent at the company. For each of the past 6 years, Iser has been featured on Billboard’s “HipHop and R&B Power Players List.”