Bryan is running for Congress to fight for middle class families, women, children, and seniors. Growing up in a house with two public school teachers, Bryan learned the value of hard work and the benefits that come from a great public education.
Through academic scholarships and student loans, Bryan attended UCLA and then Yale Law School, where he represented tenants in need. After graduating, Bryan started his career by going into public service and working for a United States federal judge, giving him firsthand experience with our broken immigration and criminal justice systems. For the last eight years, Bryan has practiced as an attorney in Southern California. Bryan has spent his career representing consumers, taking on banks and other financial institutions regarding the housing crisis, and representing whistleblowers who identified waste and fraud in the system costing taxpayer money.
Throughout his career, Bryan has seen a system in which far too many banks and corporations take advantage of the customers they’re supposed to serve – either because they know they won’t get caught, or, even worse, because career politicians have written the rules to let the corporate special interests get richer at the expense of the middle class. Bryan is running for Congress to fight against those extreme special interests and stand up for hardworking people in the community.
Bryan lives in Santa Clarita, California with his wife Lisa, who serves as a Deputy City Attorney in the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office.