Profile of Brian Eastley
Brian Eastley is the Community Outreach Director at the North Carolina Chapter of the Foundation for Financial Education.
Brian Eastley is the Community Outreach Director at the North Carolina Chapter of the Foundation for Financial Education (F3E)
Brian comes to F3E with an impressive and unique pedigree and skill set. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Materials Science and Engineering, as well as an MBA from the Babson Graduate School of Business, with studies in finance and entrepreneurship. After obtaining his MBA, Brian worked for the U.S. Department of Commerce as a Patent Examiner at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office in Washington, DC., where he became knowledgeable about the FERS, CSRS and TSP Federal Retirement Plans.
Brian’s background and ability to problem solve at a complex level has created a corporate demand for his leadership and entrepreneurial services nationwide. Over the past 20+ years, Brian has worked in business management and solution consulting roles with clients at large-enterprises and start-up companies to provide strategic and operational planning for short- and long-term growth. Brian brings industry knowledge across the financial, technology and healthcare sectors, specializing in customer service technology solutions. He loves exploring ways to organize and simplify financial investments and planning, whether creating spreadsheet models to evaluate return on investment (ROI) for a large enterprise, for entrepreneurs planning company growth, or for families looking to improve their financial state and plan for retirement.
Brian and his wife Tiffany have been married for 30 years and have 3 children. Brian’s hobbies include playing tennis, reading, and learning about topics ranging from astronomy and science to American history. As a youth, Brian achieved the rank of Eagle Scout and then volunteered for over 15 years as an advisor and counselor for young men in the Scouting organization. After high school, Brian served a volunteer 2-year mission for his church to South Korea. More recently, Brian taught an early morning scripture study class to high-school students and currently plays the organ for his local church.