As a Millennial, Brian has come of age writing in the digital age. He writes more blog posts than anything else, but truly appreciates longer reports and even more academic works.
On the rare occasions when he isn't writing, Brian finds endless enjoyment in volunteering with inner city children, CrossFitting, and reading books by authors better than himself. In the summers he spends as much time as possible on the beach, and in the winter he tears up the slopes of New England.
Brian's degree is in government, but he wrote his thesis at the Graduate School of Education on the topic of reform at the district level.
Brian's name appeared not only in the student newspaper on numerous occasions, but around Washington D.C. as he undertook a series of internships before graduating with honors. The most notable of these was writing for the Washington Bureau of CBS News, covering American politics, and appearing regularly on CBSNews.com.
Brian has degrees in government from The Catholic University of America and Harvard University. He has written countless speeches, press releases, white papers, and contributed articles for elected officials around the country.
As a senior account executive at a boutique public relations agency, Brian focused mainly on clients in the financial services. Works he ghostwrote were published around the country in business journals and other financial publications.
Brian's passion is for education, and it shows in his writing. In addition to his Master's thesis on education reform, Brian has written the revolution being brought about by about Open Educational Resources, ensuring every student has financial access to higher education, and closing the achievement gap in public education.
As a multimedia journalist, Brian has written everything from sports, to movie reviews, to general news. His reporting uncovered a scandal in a school department that resulted in a school committee member losing her seat and moving out of town, a lawsuit, and a federal civil rights investigation.
Brian owns several websites, including a community blog with more than 1,000 registered users. He is a regular contributor to several others as well, and writes about everything from the intersection of religion, politics, and culture, to subatomic physics, and more.
Whether it is for an elected official, a financial adviser, a business consultant, or a professional in just about any other industry, Brian can can craft a white paper that strikes the right tone for the right audience.
From the days when a photo tagged "my dad" would show you hundreds of different middle aged men, Brian has been using Facebook both personally and professionally.