Bryan has a passion for serving, assisting, and working alongside students as they navigate the University of Tennessee successfully to prevent misconduct by empowering the student to look beyond their current mistakes. Prior to joining The University of Tennessee, Bryan spent two years at Virginia Tech in the Office of Student Conduct in addition to serving in a professional capacity for the Student-Athlete development center. While there, he presented at workshops, developed partnerships, investigated/adjudicated student organizations, and group cases inclusive of hazing, Title IX, and violations incongruent with the code of ethics.
His experience working in various functional areas is extensive and includes Career Services, Enrollment Management, Student Disabilities Services, Athletics, Student Conduct, and Title IX. Bryan earned his Bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice from Kentucky State University and a Master's degree in Counseling and Student Affairs in Higher Education with a Certificate in Career Services from Western Kentucky University. He is a member of the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA).
Bryan joined the Student Conduct & Community Standards team in March of 2021 and serves as a Coordinator II. In this role, he provides oversight to graduate assistants and adjudicates academic and student misconduct with a functional area of athletics.
Bryan is committed to fostering a culture of accountability and integrity for all students' interpersonal growth and development. He leads with authenticity and values meaningful conversations of reflection. Bryan's mantra is all about helping students overcome barriers as they matriculate into well-rounded adults embracing new challenges in the world.
B.A., 2014 - Psychology: Minor in Criminal Justice, Kentucky State University
M.A., 2018 - Education, Counseling and Student Affairs in Higher Education: Certificate in Career Services, Western Kentucky University