Bryan is currently the Senior Group Manager of Global Crisis Management for Target and has more than nineteen years of experience as a business & security professional. He has held roles in stores, district, and headquarters retail leadership throughout the United States.
Bryan leads a diverse team of executives in a comprehensive effort to mitigate risk, minimize loss and business disruptions, and provide a safe and secure environment for Target and the communities it serves. His areas of responsibility include business continuity management, crisis operations, global intelligence, and Target’s two corporate command centers.
In June 2009, Bryan was named by Security Director News as one of the Top 20 Security Executives under 40 for his efforts in his previous role leading Target’s Assets Protection Innovation Team.
In April 2011, Bryan was named chair of the National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) Private Sector Committee. In this role, Bryan advises State Emergency Management Directors on strategies to engage the private sector—promoting public-private partnerships and fostering cross sector collaboration.
In April 2012, Bryan was named Vice Chairman of the Retail Industry Leader’s Association (RILA) Disaster Recovery & Preparedness Committee. The committee’s focus is to ensure the most cohesive, efficient response in the event of a disaster, and to serve as an important forum for collaboration as retailers work with the public sector to support preparedness and community resiliency.
Bryan attended Indiana University and the University of Phoenix, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration. In addition Bryan is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management Senior Executive Leadership Program and a 2012 graduate of Harvard University’s National Preparedness Leadership Initiative. He is currently enrolled in the Global Executive MBA program at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.
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