Bryan Feller
Bryan Feller is the President of the NCF California. NCF allows high capacity givers to gain greater tax advantages from their giving – especially in cases of non-liquid gifts like stock, real estate, and business interests. NCF is the 9th largest charity in America and has facilitated over $10 billion gifts since it was founded in the early 1980s. In Bryan’s role at NCF, he regularly speaks at philanthropic events. His favorite topic is “Friends Don’t Let Friends Overpay in Taxes” where he introduced generous families to the tax advantages of giving assets.

Prior to NCF, Bryan got his undergrad in theology, and later, an MBA. He thought he wanted to be a pastor, but discovered that wasn’t for him. Though some early mentors, he found he had a gift for marking and strategy. He was instrumental in leading a handful of companies to double-digit growth and led one company to make the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies – twice. In 2005, he started a consulting firm focused on marketing strategy and sales team effectiveness. In his role as a consultant and coach, Bryan has worked with nearly 70 organizations, ranging from start-ups to the Fortune 500. Bryan has served as an adjunct faculty member at California Baptist University teaching business ethics.

Bryan currently serves on the boards of Summit Adventure, Love Riverside, Intergitas, and the Inland Valley’s Mission Increase. He also leads a hiking and mountaineering non-profit called Summit Warrior Project – helping veterans and at-risk young men find hope, purpose and connection through adventure.

Bryan is a passionate outdoorsman. He hikes up to 500+ miles a year in the local mountains and in the High Sierras. He is also a rock climber, CrossFitter, and a champion for encouraging people to get fit after 50.

Bryan married his high school sweetheart, Becky, 30 years ago. They are now “empty-nesters” with two children, Westley and Courtney, and live in Riverside, CA.

For more information, you can connect with Bryan on LinkedIn or Facebook.