Bryan attended Stanford University on a Naval ROTC scholarship and graduated in 1995 with a Bachelors of Science degree. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as a Marine Officer. In the Marines he led a platoon of USMC Scout Snipers through a deployment to the Persian Gulf and served as an intelligence officer on an admiral’s staff. He left the Marines in 1999 and accepted a strategic marketing position at a semiconductor equipment manufacturer where he helped lead two new product development efforts. In 2005, Bryan received a J.D. from Columbia Law School in New York City. After graduation he clerked for a federal judge and then joined McKinsey & Company, a management consulting firm. At McKinsey, Bryan’s consulting practice was primarily focused on the high-technology and life sciences industries.
Bryan left McKinsey in 2008 to co-found ElliptiGO Inc. where he helped commercialize the world’s first elliptical bicycle. His primary contributions to the company have been in marketing, sales, and finance. He has led all of the company’s fundraising efforts and has experience securing capital using the Regulation D and Regulation Crowdfunding exemptions. He currently serves as the company’s CEO.
Bryan is a named inventor on more than twenty issued patents and a recognized expert in the field. He has participated on numerous panels pertaining to patents and testified before a Congressional subcommittee on the potential impacts of pending patent legislation. He has also authored several publications regarding fiber-optic telecommunications components packaging and national security law. Bryan is an accomplished endurance athlete, having completed numerous running, cycling and triathlon events across the country.