Brian has two decades of experience as a software developer, systems architect, data engineer, and analyst. He has applied his expertise to leading international accounting firms, Fortune 500 corporations, Am Law 50 legal firms, federal, state, and local law enforcement, the Department of Defense, and U.S. intelligence agencies.
Brian’s work has taken him all over the world—to Europe, Asia, South America, and the Caribbean. In addition to working on behalf of the Volcker Commission, serving on multi-national teams that audited Swiss banks for accounts belonging to victims of Nazi persecution, he has assisted European re-insurers with identifying World War II-era life insurance policies, and developed systems to process claims and compensate Nazi slave labor victims. After 9/11, Brian worked with U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies in their fight against terrorism where he architected and implemented a wide array of tools that fused large, diverse datasets to identify terrorist networks and sources of financing using natural language processing, geospatial analysis, and link analysis. Outside of his national security work, he has extensive experience with complex litigation matters, claims management, FCPA violations, forensic accounting, and e-discovery collections and processing.
Brian received a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, majoring in Business Process Management, Operations Management, and International Business. While an undergrad, he also studied at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, studying Korean language, history, culture, politics, and international relations. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Data Science from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.