MIKE MONRONEY AERONAUTICAL CENTER QUALITY SYSTEMS & BUSINESS RESOURCES STAFF
Bryan is a United States Air Force Veteran and has been a public servant for decades. Undoubtedly, Bryan is a creative and innovative artist, most recently working at the MMAC. He applies his talents in support of the MMAC and FAA goals to deliver quality government services. His service knows no boundaries, as he designs and crafts art at global, national, state, and community levels.
Bryan uses his illustration skills to create important messaging that impacts everyday citizens. His artwork reflects and enhances the appropriate message, making it understandable to the appropriate audience. His work may inspire, instruct or motivate citizens to action. His art has been reflected in a variety of mediums, whether designing a logo for a federal institution, a regional airport, delivering a message through a web-based newsletter, developing a commemorative coin, or creating a Zoom background to enhance an organization’s branding. More recently, Bryan developed guidance materials for employees, students, and contractors on how to navigate on a federal facility during the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), which also included a ‘Return to Work’ campaign.
Bryan’s reputation precedes him, as he is highly sought after in developing designs to drive participation from employee engagement to the engagement of membership in various organizations. He has created artistic content for the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission, Women in Aviation and Aerospace, and an annual Human Systems Integration Summit. He has crafted art for the Freedom of Information Act and the Project Management Office. His supportive efforts helped in getting the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center recognized as Top Workplace in the state of Oklahoma for 2020.
As citizens depend on the federal government for many services, through his innovativeness and creativity, Bryan delivers meaningful communication content to the public. He is not afraid to juggle several projects at once, devoting time after work to get things accomplished.