Faculty

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Stephanie Kellar

Assistant Professor, Music Business/Management
skellar@berklee.edu | 617 747-6021

"My reward is seeing students scale multiple levels of abstract thinking and convert mental models into action plans."

John Kellogg

Assistant Chair, Music Business/Management
Also affiliated with:: Berklee Online (available courses)
jkellogg@berklee.edu | 617 747-3179

"The reason why I think music business/management programs are growing all across the country is because I think that young people get it. They know that they can actually have some form of ownership in the growth, in the development of the new music industry. They understand music, but they don't want to get ripped off, and they don't have to deal with those music companies. They think, I can do something else on my own, and I need to know how to protect myself within that whole framework of the new music business."

Pam Kerensky

Associate Professor, Music Business/Management
pkerensky@berklee.edu | 617 747-8448

"A lot of companies are excited when they have a new intern or a new hire who knows about all these different things. It's a different generation. You need to have those skills now."

Maggie Lange

Assistant Professor, Music Business/Management
mlange@berklee.edu | 617 747-8214

Valerie Lovely

Assistant Professor, Music Business/Management
Also affiliated with:: Berklee Online (available courses)
vlovely@berklee.edu | 617 747-8013

"I teach Legal Aspects and Advanced Contract Negotiation, and I just try to break it down into plain English so that students understand what I'm talking about. And I draw a lot of diagrams. When they get a contract and are skimming through it, I want them to know when they need to talk to an attorney. I don't want them to feel like, 'I took Legal Aspects; I don't need a lawyer.' I want them to have enough knowledge to know when something doesn't feel right, and I want them to be able to have a more informed conversation with their attorney."

Joseph Miglio

Associate Professor, Music Business/Management
Also affiliated with:: Berklee Online (available courses)
jmiglio@berklee.edu | 617 747-3127

"I would love every student inside of Berklee to understand that your music is a part of your business portfolio. You need to learn something about business. You can't leave your careers in the hands of another individual. You've got to have an active and immediate role in understanding the face and future of what you're trying to do. And that's what business teaches you."

Ken Zolot

kzolot@berklee.edu | 617 747-6508

Ken Zolot is a Senior Lecturer at MIT, where he guides scientists and engineers who aspire to transform inventions into startups.