Director of DTL Degree
- DMin, Bakke Graduate University
- MA, Fresno State University
- BS, Malone University
Bryan is the director of the Doctor of Transformational Leadership degree and a professor at Bakke Graduate University. He serves as a pastor at North Way Christian Community in the city of Pittsburgh where he facilitates strategic urban partnerships, including a missional partnership with the House of Manna faith community in the Homewood neighborhood. He provides leadership with the LAMP youth mentoring initiative, and he is the founder and director of the Transformational Urban Leadership Institute at NWCC. He is also a founding member of the Urban Shalom Society, a global advocacy organization that helps the Christian community engage with the challenges and opportunities of the urban environment, creating pathways toward a greater expression of shalom in global cities. Through Urban Shalom Publishing he is an editor of the New Urban World Journal and books including Urban Shalom & the Cities We Need. Bryan is passionate about incarnational urban leadership. He lives in the Homewood neighborhood with his wife, Julie, and daughters, Kyra and Sierra. He is a DMin graduate from BGU and has an MA in Education Administration and Supervision from Fresno State University.