MAChief Operating Officer
Bryan Hoffman is a national association executive with health policy expertise in workforce issues and education transformation. As Chief Operating Officer for the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN) and the OADN Foundation, Bryan is responsible for coordinating business strategies and operations in alignment with the organization’s strategic plan. Bryan oversees OADN’s core business processes and collaborates with leadership in the development and implementation of strategic advocacy and communications. Bryan honed his experience in national nursing policy through his work on transformative workforce strategies with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, American Hospital Association, and the American Organization of Nurse Leaders. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Nursing Organizations Alliance. Prior to his work on national nursing issues, Bryan served as a technical advisor and contractor for the United States Agency for International Development, where he specialized in local governance and civil society capacity building – with regional experience in the Middle East and West Africa. Bryan has lived abroad in Damascus, Syria and Bologna, Italy. He holds a master’s degree in international health and development from the School of International Service at American University in Washington, DC. Bryan earned his bachelor’s degree in education from Ohio Wesleyan University. He lives in Seattle, Washington where he enjoys all that the great Pacific Northwest has to offer.