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G. Bryan Fleming
President of Groves Learning Organization
G. Bryan Fleming has been a tireless advocate for children, families, educators and communities in Albuquerque, New Mexico and the Twin Cities of Minnesota. Bryan brings over three decades of experience in a wide range of settings and organizations, and he has honed a unique blend of education and research acumen developed over his years as an educator, school administrator and community leader.
Intuitively adept at identifying challenges and opportunities, Bryan serves as a highly regarded practitioner and thought-leader in the K-12 and non-profit sectors. His practice has included enrollment management, data analytics, DEI coaching, family engagement and community outreach, psychometric and assessment strategy, collaborating with a network of psychologists and child-family professionals, and coordinating action research in partnership with the University of Minnesota.
Throughout his many years of service to families and communities, Bryan has been a leader of strategic, systemic change. His philosophy of community has been influenced by many years of direct experience with several Twin Cities non-profit organizations and municipal government. His current community engagement includes service as a member of the Groves Learning Organization (GLO) Board of Trustees; member of the Metropolitan Airports Commission Equity & Inclusion Task Force, and Member, City of Prior Lake Planning Commission.
A native of San Francisco, California and proud Minnesota resident, Bryan attended the University of New Mexico (Albuquerque), where he earned his undergraduate degrees in Music Education and Trombone Performance. Heeding the call to education and public service, Fleming began his career as a music educator in the Albuquerque Public Schools and at the Albuquerque Academy. While serving the Hopkins (MN) Schools as an educator, coach and district-level leader, and The Blake School as a senior administrator, he received his Master of Arts degree in Education Administration from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and has pursued post-graduate studies at Harvard University in education leadership and policy.
In addition to spending time with his daughter, family and friends, Bryan enjoys reading, fitness, competitive cycling, golf, traveling, the arts, attending live music venues, composing, and performing as a gospel-jazz pianist.