Career Center Ambassadors

Career Center Graduate Assistants

Mason Bynes is in her first year in the Master of Music composition program at the Conservatory. She's originally from Sugar Land, Texas. Her career goal is to create immersive listening experiences for a range of audiences and venues, working with production companies to bring music to unconventional settings. In her work at the Career Center, she connects with potential employers to provide career opportunities to Berklee students. She's looking forward to helping organize career seminars and panels. 


Anne Marie Carden is in her second year in the Master of Music in vocal performance program at the Conservatory. She's originally from Western Springs, Illinois. Her career goal is to be an opera performer while maintaining involvement in the world of arts administration. In her work at the Career Center, she helps advise students as a career peer advisor. She's working to make the Career Center and its resources more visible to Conservatory students.


Chloe D'Addio is in her first year in the Master of Music in vocal pedagogy program at the Conservatory. She's originally from Manheim, Pennsylvania. Her career goal is to create community, compassion, and communication through her work as a vocal teacher and performer. In her work at the Career Center, she helps facilitate student employment and internships, and she's looking forward to increasing the accessibility of the Career Center’s resources for students across campus.


Macey Gregg is in her first year in the Master of Music in woodwind performance program, focusing on clarinet, at the Conservatory. She's originally from Durant, Oklahoma. Her career goal is to work with wonderfully diverse musicians as a performer, teacher, and administrator to create open and collaborative experiences. In her work at the Career Center, she assists with the internship administration and processes.


Sydney Roslin is in her first year in the Master of Fine Arts in musical theater program at the Conservatory. She's originally from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and her career goal is to work as a creator and performer in the theater industry with a focus on new works and inclusive theater. In her work at the Career Center, she creates social media and marketing content. She's looking forward to increasing student awareness of Career Center resources. 


Career Center Ambassadors

Jason Brackett is a third semester vocalist majoring in songwriting at the College. He's originally from Boca Raton, Florida. His career goal is to work as a songwriter while pursuing opportunities in music business. In his work at the Career Center, he's looking forward to finding new and exciting internship opportunities for Berklee students, assisting with the planning of Career Jam, and increasing mental health and wellness awareness among Berklee's student community.


Claudia Lee Horna is a seventh semester violinist and composer majoring in film scoring with a minor in American roots music at the College. She's originally from Lima, Peru. Her career goal is to write film scores for animated movies while maintaining an active performance schedule. In her work at the Career Center, she communicates with potential employers through the Berklee Career Manager and helps advise students as a career peer advisor.


Davin Kingston is a third semester songwriter and producer majoring in music production and engineering, and electronic production and design at the College. He's originally from Clermont, Florida. His career goal is to sign with a publishing company and eventually write and produce for top-level artists. In his work at the Career Center, he's looking forward to helping the center further engage students through their social media channels.


Rehan Manickam is a seventh semester pianist majoring in music production and engineering, and music business/management at the College. He's originally from Toronto, Canada, having previously lived in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. His career goal is to work in A&R with up-and-coming female-identifying creators and producers while empowering them and bridging the inequality gap in the production/business sectors of the industry. In his work at the Career Center, he helps advise students as a career peer advisor. He's looking forward to helping develop projects with a focus on equality within the music industry.

 

Alyssa Payne is a sophomore in the Bachelor of Fine Arts in musical theater program at the Conservatory. She's originally from Marietta, Georgia. Her career goal is to write and perform in musical comedy programs for television, and publish her original comedic songs. In her work at the Career Center, she's looking forward to being a student leader, supporting the joining of the College and the Conservatory, and bringing students together in creative ways.


Kean Petrello is a junior in the Bachelor of Fine Arts in musical theater program at the Conservatory. He's originally from Dayton, Ohio. His career goal is to perform onstage as well as work in the field of voiceover. In his work at the Career Center, he helps advise students as a career peer advisor and communicates with potential employers through his work on the Berklee Career Manager.


Sam Smith is a ninth semester bassist majoring in bass performance and music business/management at the College. He's originally from Skaneateles, New York. His career goal is to work professionally as a bass player and entrepreneur. In his work at the Career Center, he researches career opportunities for specific Berklee majors and career communities, connects with potential employers, and helps advise students as a career peer advisor.


Jackson Ulmer is a third semester guitarist majoring in songwriting at the College. He's originally from Birmingham, Alabama. His career goal is to work in the Nashville, Tennessee, area as a songwriter and producer, helping to craft the sounds of both up-and-coming and high-profile artists. In his work at the Career Center, he's looking forward to assisting with the planning of Career Jam and other Career Center programs and events. 


Peter Weld is a seventh semester guitarist majoring in music business/management at the College. He's originally from Westchester, New York. His career goal is to work in an A&R role, discovering new talent and helping artists develop their careers. In his work at the Career Center, he advises Berklee student employees and assists the marketing and communications team with social media content creation.