Steven Bryan Net Worth
Steven Bryan is an American Singer-Songwriter with an estimated net worth of between $1-5 Million.
Bryan’s passion for connecting foster families to children who had been neglected or abused led to the establishment of Child Bridge in 2011. He was an unflagging leader and passionate advocate, leaving behind an incredible legacy which lives on today.
Early Life and Education
Bryan was known for having a kind heart and loving to cheer others on – whether professional athletes or just his close family and friends. He epitomized what many consider the ideal “country guy”, boasting big smiles and hearty laughs.
He possessed an extraordinary talent for connecting with people, as well as public speaking skill. His passion was helping others discover and use their gifts for God’s glory.
Once graduating from Ithaca College, Bryan turned his attention to music. He started private study with jazz saxophonist Jerry Bergonzi – who would greatly influence his own style – who became one of his teachers and mentors.
Though Bryan accomplished many worthy accomplishments, his greatest source of pride and joy were his wife and family. No matter the situation or need, Bryan would always be there for his children and grandchildren no matter what. Additionally, he greatly enjoyed coaching football at Coweta High School.
After an impressive junior tennis career, Bryan decided to attend the University of Texas and credits this decision with much of his later success. Under coach Dave Snyder he thrived and eventually earned the third highest player ranking ever at Texas and two all-American statuses.
He was an expert in human rights law and prison reform, as well as racial equality issues. He successfully represented clients before the Supreme Court of Canada as well as receiving several awards for his efforts.
He has appeared as a guest on both The Ezra Klein Show and The Daily Beast, advocating criminal justice reform through numerous articles published. Additionally, he volunteers his services with numerous community organizations while speaking at several conferences.
Achievement and Honors
Steve Bryan has dedicated much of his life to charitable organizations and community projects, in addition to becoming a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and passionate about Neuroscience and healing trauma.
Bryan was instrumental in creating two acclaimed national memorials recognizing slavery, lynching and segregation in America. Additionally, The Equal Justice Initiative launched an ambitious new campaign against mass incarceration and contemporary forms of racism.
The Bryans have an abiding love and dedication for NC State University, having had multiple generations attend college there. Through their private foundation – The R. A. Bryan Foundation – and membership of Peele Lifetime Giving Society, they support multiple endowments at NC State’s College of Engineering through R. A. Bryan Foundation giving.
Steven Bryan is a successful businessperson who has led nine different companies. Additionally, he sits on the boards of A4Vision Inc and Leapfrog Inc and boasts a net worth of approximately $70 Million.
He served as a missionary in Ethiopia for 23 years, teaching at the Evangelical Theological College and serving as Director of SIM Ethiopia. Additionally, he holds a PhD from Cambridge University.
Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama was founded and led by Bryan. Through leading major legal challenges aimed at eliminating excessive and unfair sentencing practices and freeing innocent death row prisoners as well as challenging abuse among incarcerated and mentally ill populations he has led significant victories against these abuses. Bryan has written multiple books including Just Mercy; he currently resides with his wife Shannon and their four children.
His accomplishments include multiple Grammy and Juno Awards as well as being appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada. He currently owns numerous business ventures such as his nail polish line, fragrance line, clothing brand and clean water tech business ventures – not to mention numerous endorsements such as limited-edition Crocs, Vespas and Timbits!
Bryan effortlessly infuses Italian charm into his smooth acoustic pop songs, drawing upon influences ranging from Bob Dylan to Thom Yorke – while still maintaining an effortlessly soulful voice.
As part of The Goldbergs he appeared in 42 episodes before moving onto Schooled as a spin-off series. Additionally he was cast for its sequel but dropped out when allegations surfaced against him; and was often featured as a guest host on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.