Bryan lives near Jackson, Missouri with his wife, Jaime and his daughter, Alexis. Alexis is the reason Bryan began to work, volunteer, and advocate in the area of developmental disabilities. Bryan has, in the past, volunteered with disability-related community based organizations such as a local Therapeutic Horsemanship program, the Jackson school district's Parent Partnership Council, the Jackson Community Transition Team (a group dedicated to the improvement of post-secondary outcomes for youths with disabilities), and with MPACT to name a few.
Bryan moved to southeast Missouri from the northern Chicago area as a teenager. He graduated from Southeast Missouri State University and worked at a local State Correctional Institute until May of 2001 when he began working at the Sikeston Regional Office as a Support Coordinator III and Utilization Review Coordinator. In May 2008 he was offered the opportunity to create and manage the Support Coordination program for the Perry County Board for the Developmentally Disabled (formerly known as the Perry County Senate Bill 40 Board). Please, do not hesitate to contact Bryan with any questions or concerns.
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