Advisor. Thought Leader. Entrepreneur.

Whatever he does and whomever he works with, Bryan keeps one value front and center – contribution.

He dives into every challenge, opportunity, and conversation with energy, positivity, broad vision, and curiosity. He listens. He advises. He pushes boundaries. He questions the status quo. He encourages people to be their best selves – and to dream big. And he loves every moment.

So, whether you’re seeking one-on-one Indianapolis business mentoring, fresh eyes on your business or nonprofit strategy, or someone who will listen to your dreams – and help you figure out how to achieve them – please reach out!

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His passion is people. Whether it’s helping get the right people in the room, connecting the dots from problem to solution, or articulating a vision for the future, no one does it better.

Barbara Scott, Executive VP & COO

Aspire Indiana

When you need someone who’s always two steps ahead of the marketplace, call Bryan.

Katy Stowers, Managing Director & General Counsel


As a leader, Bryan is a strategic thinker with a unique ability to ‘see around the corner’ and anticipate the future needs of the business and our customers.

Laura Butler, Advisor


There are a lot of consultants out there. But, there aren’t many who can make human resources and benefits sexy!

Jill Lehman, Vice President, Administration & Chief People Officer

Ontario Systems

Unlike leaders who focus on their own accomplishments, Bryan focuses on helping other people accomplish their dreams. Whether he’s working with clients, employees, boards, or other community leaders, he’s a rainmaker.

Paul Ashley, Managing Director


Community Involvement

As an active member of the community, Bryan dedicates time to charitable work by serving on several boards, including The Oaks Academy, Aspire Indiana, the Board of Trustees for Butler University’s College of Business, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and YPO Indiana (Young Presidents’ Organization).

Part of Bryan’s legacy is the FirstPerson Butler MBA Fellows Program, which he pioneered to connect students with community-minded mentors and non-profit organizations that make admirable contributions in Indianapolis. Students expand their networks, complete resume-worthy work, and have a unique chance to see real needs and fill them for the betterment of their greater community.


Bryan met his wife, Elaine, at Butler University, and they have four children. In his spare time, Bryan enjoys attending music and theatre performances with his family, attending Butler basketball games (Go Dawgs!), and exploring the rich cultural and historical landscape of Indianapolis.