In February of 2021, Bryan Pugh celebrated his tenth year as Executive Director of the Brain Injury Association of Maryland. He spends the majority of his time working to create a better future for the citizens of Maryland through brain injury prevention, education, advocacy and the promotion of research. Bryan’s passion for serving individuals with a brain injury stems from his wife’s work as an advanced practice neurology nurse, his adopted son’s challenges with Autism and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and his sister’s diagnosis with inoperable brain cancer. In his role as Executive Director, he has the privilege of working with dedicated survivors, families, professionals, and legislators on important issues affecting Maryland’s brain injury community. Prior to being named the BIAMD’s Executive Director, Bryan worked for the University of Maryland School of Law in the Dean’s Development and Communications office. A native of Florida, an attorney and mediator by training, Bryan has also served as Assistant and Associate General Counsel representing various state agencies, including the Florida Department of Corrections, the Florida Highway Patrol, the State of Florida Board of Regents, and several state universities in Florida.
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