Bryan is an investor at DJF. DFJ is a venture capital firm that partners with extraordinary entrepreneurs who are changing the world. Since 1985, DFJ's core funds have raised $4B, which has been deployed in more than 300 portfolio companies, including AdMob, Baidu, Box, Hotmail, Skype, Solarcity, SpaceX, Tesla Motors, Tumblr, Twitter and Yammer. DFJ works with companies at seed, early and growth stages, with the goal of partnering with entrepreneurs to build iconic and lasting businesses. DFJ Growth is the later stage investment practice that focuses on investing in private technology companies that are addressing huge market opportunities, scaling very rapidly, and poised for category leadership.

Prior to this, Bryan was the President & Chief Business Officer at, a modern development and deployment workflow for the Internet of Things. He joined after being an executive in residence at DFJ. Prior to re-joining DFJ, he was the VP of online services at CHEF (fka Opscode). At CHEF, Bryan helped the company scale from its earliest stages through 200+ employees while serving on the management team in a variety of sales, marketing, and business development roles. Before CHEF, Bryan was a member of DFJ's investment team, helping to identify and invest in SaaS and Enterprise IT companies. Earlier in his career, Bryan was one of the initial members of the corporate development group at where he led valuation and due diligence efforts for several of the company's first acquisitions.

Bryan graduated from Harvard University with a degree in economics, where he was a captain of the varsity baseball team.