Will be an essential voice for equality in the Connecticut state House!
Bryan has an extensive background in municipal, state and Federal government, and seeks to become only the third Openly- LGBTQ POC elected to the House of Representatives. A former executive director of a large housing authority and Congressional aide, Bryan was accepted into NYC Teaching Fellows Program, obtaining a Masters Degree in Teaching from Fordham University and taught at PS47 in the Bronx for 15 years. Bryan is a AFT member and belongs to the United Federation of Teachers local, where he was a union official for twelve years. Bryan supported Love Makes A Family from its inception which pushed for marriage, and organized Greater New Haven’s participation in the National Equality March. He hosted Cleve Jones at Yale University to rally student support.
Bryan was first elected to local office at age 18, and served as Alder in the City of New Haven, and more recently, as Alder in the City of Milford, CT. This is his first race for the CT House of Representatives and faces a freshman lawmaker in November.