After graduating in music and theatre, Vick freelanced and then built up her own recruitment company, the Creative Support Agency, providing administrative support staff for small, creative companies. Six years ago she returned to her first love...music, to work for the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers & Authors (BASCA) as Chief Operating Officer. BASCA is the professional association for the UK's music creators and the home of the prestigious Ivor Novello Awards.
Vick is a very keen singer and sang with the London Bulgarian Choir for 6 years during which time they won the open category of the Radio 3 Choir of the Year and supported Doves at the Roundhouse as part of the BBC 2009 Electric Proms.
She is only reluctantly taking a sabbatical whilst she completes her MBA through Henley College of Management. Vick's dissertation focus is on diversity in the UK music industry and she is currently chairing the working group for the Alliance for Diversity in Music and Media’s Equality and Diversity Charter to be launched in January 2012.
Vick also sits on the UK Music’s Skills & Education Committee, the PRS Writer Members Operations Group, the CC Skills National Occupational Standard’s Steering Group, is on the board for Unconvention’s Women’s Conference at the South Bank in 2012 and has just been invited to sit on the joint Accreditation Committee of JAMES and BASCA.