Brian Mulligan has led an extremely interesting life with a diverse portfolio of jobs worked, interests and achievements. He has worked directly in banking and financing, entertainment and media, and telecommunications. He counts himself as an expert in a huge amount of areas, including but not limited to sports, film, music, video games, and TV.
His education was the starting point for a very interesting and eclectic career; Mr. Mulligan first attended school at the University of Southern California. It was here that he received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration; from there he proceeded to John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management at the University of California to get his Master’s degree in Business Administration.
Throughout his professional career he has held a huge amount of jobs in different areas, the vast majority of which where in media and entertainment. During his more than 30 year stella career he has worked as a Co-Chairman of Universal Pictures, CEO of Universal Television, Chairman of FOX Broadcasting and Cable and EVP/CFO of a fortune 50 company. These are just a few of the positions that Brian Mulligan has under his belt. As Vice Chairman of Media/Telecom he worked for an extended period of time with private equity and was a driving force in over $175 billion in transactions for both media and entertainment.
Brian Mulligan is also highly involved in his community, working directly with an array of charities and foundations. He was been an advocate of “A Better LA” where he has helped in raising over $90 million for schools. He has directly helped and supported the YMCA, USC, and Marshall School Dean Scholarship Fund, by providing funds and promoting the projects. He is a person that cares greatly about his community and has given a lot back in order to help people succeed as he has.
He is currently serving as the Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Media and Telecommunications at Deutsche Bank. He brings a vast amount of experience to the position and a proven track record in telecommunications. Mr. Mulligan would be an asset for any media and entertainment organization and will be for a long time to come.