Bryan began his career working with children while attending San Diego State University as an Outdoor Education Specialist with junior high school boys. After graduation he lived and “worked” in Vail, Colorado for four years. Having fun, but feeling unfulfilled, Bryan returned to California and received his multiple subjects teaching credential. He taught for ten years in the Campbell Union School District in kindergarten, fourth, and sixth grade classrooms. The district was comprised of children from a wide variety of cultural and economic backgrounds, as well as special needs. With each class, Bryan helped to mainstream students with multiple learning challenges. After his two boys were born, he left the public education system and founded Midtown Montessori Preschool in which his youngest was the first student. The school grew quickly and is still thriving. Bryan felt it was time to move on when both his boys were attending DeLaveaga Elementary in the dual immersion program. He began with Steps to Success in the fall of 2012. He loves and appreciates the opportunity to work with students in a one on one environment, developing relationships and creating positive change for each individual. In his free time, you can find Bryan and his two boys surfing anywhere from Capitola to Natural Bridges.