Bryan leads our team. He serves as a sounding board for executives by combining strategic thinking with creative problem-framing and ideation. He guides and challenges clients to address issues and design new initiatives from customer-centric and long-term perspectives.
Bryan also teaches Aspen Impact's clients about board and executive leadership development, design innovation, visual decision-making, and strategic philanthropy.
Bryan's background is in strategy, business entrepreneurship, and nonprofit leadership. He has been a management advisor and marketing professional for PricewaterhouseCoopers and clients such as Sony Pictures and Disney, a policy developer for the Mayor of Indianapolis, and the director of a social impact center at Harvard University, where he co-founded the Social Enterprise Conference at Harvard Business School and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. In addition to running Aspen Impact, Bryan teaches strategic design and management at Indiana University's Herron School of Art and Design. Bryan's academic training is in economics, business, education, and social policy, including degrees from UCLA, Harvard, and Michigan, plus projects on management and entrepreneurship at MIT.
Bryan has served on the global Board of Directors for the Harvard Alumni Association and on boards for health, education, and arts organizations across the United States. As a member of the Indianapolis community, he completed the Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series and volunteers in sports, arts, and education. He also enjoys visual design, photography, literature, and travel.
Please feel free to contact Bryan at firstname.lastname@example.org and 317.826.8520.