After graduating Magna Cum Laude from California State University, Northridge, Bryan joined Arthur Andersen as a staff auditor. He left public accounting after 3 years, having earned his CPA certificate to take the assistant controller position for Dick Clark Productions. He was promoted to controller the following year and was part of the team that took the company public. He left the entertainment industry after 10 years to pursue an opportunity in the mortgage space where he has spent the last 24
years in various financial executive roles, ranging from VP Finance to CFO. Since leaving public accounting, Bryan has worked for mid‐sized, entrepreneurial companies, providing critical, financial insight to the senior management team. Bryan is very active in the community. He serves on the board of directors for Forever Found, a Christian organization that rescues and supports victims of child sex trafficking internationally and locally in Ventura County. Through his church, he works with men who suffer from addiction problems. Bryan leads a church service at an assisted care facility in his home town of Chatsworth. Shortly after starting at Anchor, he was asked to lead the annual charity event sponsored by Anchor. The Company purchased and packed over 2,000 boxes of food earmarked for residents of Sylmar that were impacted by devastating mudslides and flooding.