Bryan David Hughes, BBA

Financial Advisor


Bryan Hughes is a Financial Advisor at Northwestern Mutual – The Aventura Group. In this role he specializes in Wealth Preservation, Accumulation, and Distribution. He has won numerous company and national awards and honors for his production, achievements and impact in his local community.

Since 1999 Bryan has served as a volunteer at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. where he conducts interviews of Survivors and World War II veterans. In 2002 he was honored with the State of Maryland Governor’s Award & Citation for community service for his work in the Prince George’s County School System. In 2005 he was honored as an Executive Leadership Council Scholar. During the same year, he completed both the Harvard Business School SVMP, and Management Leadership for Tomorrow’s Career Prep Program.

Bryan graduated cum laude with a BBA in Marketing from Howard University in 2006 and began his career at Goldman Sachs as Financial Analyst in the Private Wealth Management Division. While at Goldman, he was part of a 4 member team managing approximately $1.5Billion under supervision.

Bryan serves on the Board of Directors of The Lighthouse of Broward, an organization that provides essential training and various therapies for the blind. Involved philanthropically, he serves on the host committee for many programs and events at the Perez Art Museum in Miami. He also sits on the Board for Russian Connections, an organization to foster the growth of Russian owned businesses.

A native of Bowie, Maryland, Bryan currently resides in Miami, Florida. He is a spoken word artist and enjoys traveling – 39 countries traveled. There are two sayings that Bryan lives by when it comes to his philosophy on achievement: “Get comfortable being uncomfortable.” “If you want to walk on water, you must get out of the boat.”



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