While the Recording Academy is most known for its Grammy Awards, the organization's stated mission is to represent the voices of musical artists, engineers, and professionals throughout the industry. Valeisha Butterfield Jones, academy co-president and its former chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer, joined Cheddar to discuss the continued push to increase diversity in the field of music. "The Recording Academy has been around for 65 years, and while we're most known for the Grammy Awards, that's just one night," she said. "And so it's the other 364 days a year that we do such important work."