The Los Angeles Philharmonic has appointed Glenn Briffa to the position of chief financial officer. Briffa has served as the orchestra’s interim CFO since July 2022. His responsibilities include overseeing the LA Phil’s financial, information technology, and office administration functions. Briffa previously served as CFO of Viacom’s Music Group (RED) and Medialink. Briffa spent 18 years at Viacom in a variety of domestic and international roles overseeing cable channels, websites, and consumer product lines. He then joined (RED), founded by U2’s Bono; the organization has raised more than $700 million for the U.N. Global Fund. After stints with event marketing firms, he joined strategic consultancy firm Medialink and led the company through a $200 million strategic sale. Briffa serves on the advisory board of Project Healthy Minds, a mental health nonprofit with resources for young adults. Briffa earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and economics at New York University and a master of business administration in finance from Pace University.