meet Brian Burley.
Brian Burley, an MBA graduate from the University of Pittsburgh and native son of the City of Pittsburgh, currently works as a Strategic Corporate Consultant at the Silicon Valley based Omnicell’s Cranberry Woods office. During Burley’s time at the Katz Graduate School of Business, he was profiled for his work with the university and UPMC on creating a framework for measuring the validity of sustainable practices currently undertaken by the health system. He also spearheaded a marketing campaign with American Eagle all while completing his MBA in under a year! As a high school graduate of Schenley High in the city, Burley then ventured to Kentucky to attend Morehead State University where he played football, excelled in on-campus leadership organizations, and created the Minority Leadership Caucus, an organization that still exists, five-plus years since Burley has graduated. Following his time at Morehead State, he came back to Pittsburgh where he worked as a branch manager with PNC. During that time, he also began to work as a mentor and weekly speaker with the 100 Black Men of Western PA’s program that he still attends regularly. Outside of his work with the 100, Burley was named as a 2015 BMe Community Leader for the work he is diligently doing in order to promote the positives that the next generation of Black Pittsburgh is accomplishing regularly and in presenting a new narrative that our youth are unfortunately not always used to hearing. Burley currently lives in the city where he is the proud husband to his wife, Brittini, and father to his son, Jackson.