Bryan’s 20-year background as a mainframe developer/analyst makes him a Natural* fit for WSU’s mainframe team. One of the key elements to a successful modernization is quality data migration, and Bryan’s team takes pride in ensuring accurate mapping and migration.
Bryan was raised on Long Island, New York, and moved to Los Angeles, California when he was 19. In November of 2016, he joined WSU in Pullman, then relocated back to LA to work remotely in 2017.
He is a bit of a sci-fi and superhero geek (a geeky software developer, who knew?) and loves the LA theatre and opera scenes. He also enjoys tasting and learning wines; living in California makes that easy.
He is glad to have the opportunity to be a part of this project that will transform WSU IT.
* WSU’s mainframe is (mostly) written in a programming language called “Natural”; therefore, his pun is hysterical.