Bryan is an attorney with health policy experience in the legislative and advocacy arenas. He operates a private practice assisting non-profit clients with their advocacy and government relations work, and he recently worked as a counsel to the US Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. In that capacity, he looked at health policy issues ranging from pharmaceutical drug supply chain security to the national fungal meningitis outbreak of 2012. Before joining the Committee staff, he helped a group of friends launch a national non-profit advocacy organization called YoungInvincibles. That organization was initially focused on advocating for sound healthcare policies for young adults during the development of the Affordable Care Act, and it is still thriving with an expanded set of issues. Bryan received a law degree and an M.P.P from Georgetown University, and a B.S. in psychology from Furman University. Prior to Law School, Bryan worked for several years in non-profit management and information technology for health- and education-focused organizations.