Index of Music Business Grads Only

Music Business Majors

By Professional Field (& Top Post-Berklee Degree)

This category includes people with double-majors in Music Business and something else.

Administration

Business Entrepreneur (high tech/photography):  Ben Maitland-Lewis

Computers:

Data Analysis:

Education & Training:

Fashion (Entrepreneur) :  Sarah Demarco

Film:  (Visual Effects Bidding Manager):  Charlotte Moore (MBA)

Finance

Law

Marketing & Sales:

Real Estate

M = Masters Degree (but not an MBA)

* Andy’s JD degree is irrelevant to his career and in no way should it be considered a prerequisite for this field.

By Year of Graduation

(And top post-Berklee degree earned)

2016:  John Lahr

2015:  Jessica ProutyCambria Russell-Herrera (f. Russell), Sarah Inoue Virk

2014:  Kyle Billings,  Leah Hinton, India Thomson

2013:  Troy ChurchPrayre Finley, Adam KirschnerMax PohlJared Winegrad, Shawn Young-Eagle

2012:  Jeremy Moccia

2011:  Ryan DriscollKayla LeeGabriella Mastrangelo (f. Howard)

2010:  Michael BensonDan Thompson (M), Brittany Vendryes (JD)

2009:  Katie Amaral (M), Claudia Caliano-Rida (f. Caliano), Sarah DemarcoJack Goodall (MBA), Doug Guttenberg (M), Mark Schafer

2008:  Bob DeVaughnJesse ReeseCharlie Shaughnessy, Clay SouthworthMichael Wright

2007:  Patrick BrusilChristmas Eger, Ryan HeenanPhil Lee, Debra Gail White

2006:  Tom BoatesScott Brown (JD), Jordan Cusner (MBA, J.D.*), Ben Maitland-LewisGlenn RomeroAndy Zhang (JD*)

2005:  Adam Baliban, Charlotte Moore (MBA)

M = Masters Degree (but not an MBA)

* Jordan’s and Andy’s JD degrees are irrelevant to their careers and in no way should be considered prerequisites for their fields.

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See the Non-MB majors and the Special Categories.

 

 

Everyone interviewed meets the following criteria:

  1. Graduated from Berklee College of Music with a degree in Music Business (including double-majors).
  2. Berklee was their first Bachelors degree.
  3. Earns at least $45,000/year, or the equivalent in foreign currency.  (Some obviously earn a lot more than that.)
  4. Enjoys working in their field, and expects to continue to do so for years to come.

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