is a graduate of The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He has been working the halls of the legislature for over 20 years, where he joined his father and brother after graduating from college. Brian spends his time outside of session interacting with legislators in their districts, attending political events, national conferences, and keeping in touch with the ever-changing political climate in Tennessee. He has the ability to formulate successful strategies, develop coalitions, and convey a clear message that will produce results. Brian serves on the board of Friends of Warner Parks and the Governor's H2O initiative. He also volunteers his policy expertise with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Tennessee. Brian is married with three children, Henry (10), Steele (9), and Charlotte (5).