David Brik
Economics/Music Industry ’18

David Brik graduated from UCLA in 2018 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and a minor in Music Industry. During his time at UCLA, David co-founded the university’s first-ever music industry student organization (MIC at UCLA). He produced events and organized conversations with world-renowned artists and executives to help students gain a better understanding of the industry. The organization grew to more than 2,000 members in two years and was featured on multiple publications such as Variety and Billboard. David was also a board member of the Philanthropy as Civic Engagement Honors course and received the prestigious True Bruin Distinguished Senior Award and the Chancellor’s Service Award during his senior year.

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