Mr. Brian Sailer is the Senior Vice President at Dutko Worldwide and Managing Director of Dutko Global Risk Management. He helps to lead the Dutko Government Markets business division. He specializes in working with clients in the government IT, homeland security and defence industries.
Mr. Sailer has provided strategic counsel to government leadership (Prime Minister/President level) in South & Central America; the Caribbean; Western, Central & Eastern Europe; and Central & South Asia. Domestically, since 9/11, he has led federal, state and local homeland security strategies in supporting public-private partnerships across the country, he works closely with government and private sector stakeholders to strengthen national readiness and homeland security preparedness, response, and recovery, specializing in all-hazards event planning. He also helps public and private sector organizations better define their operational and functional requirements and achieve their mission goals. Brian provides clients domain expertise, and through strong relationships at the federal, state and local levels, a comprehensive understanding of the state and federal intergovernmental affairs and funding processes, as well as federal and state procurement and acquisition processes.
Prior to Dutko Worldwide, he was the Regional Managing Director of the Washington, D.C. office of The Launch Company (TLC) (2000–2001) where his experience included working with start up and enterprise companies in satellite and telecommunications, software, hardware, new media, entertainment, education, among others. Prior to The Launch Company, he was the Vice President of Mark A. Siegel & Associates & International Public Strategies. He also served as the executive director of a Washington based non-profit environmental foundation, utilizing a grassroots media and marketing campaign to build membership support.
Mr. Sailer graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a B.A. in Political Science, International Relations with special focus on Resource Economics (1987-1991).