An advocate for all children, especially those in underserved communities, Bryan’s goal is to ensure all students receive rigorous and relevant instruction in a supportive and engaging environment.
He has been a member of The Children’s Guild team for 21 years, during which time he has served as a resource instructor, special education teacher, instructional coordinator, instructional coach, and assistant principal for non-public schools serving students that are emotionally and behaviorally disturbed and students who are on the autism spectrum.
Bryan earned his Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania and his Master of Arts in Special Education and Human Development from George Washington University.
A native Washingtonian, Bryan grew up in N.E. and Upper Marlboro, Maryland, and graduated from DeMatha Catholic High School.