Brian Gendron

Husband, Father, Christian, IT Consultant, Award-Winning Business Leader, Philanthropist, Speaker #obsessedwithimpact
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Brian is an award-winning business leader, community leader, and serial entrepreneur fueled by his obsession with making a lasting impact on the world. He is the founder and CEO of NocserV, Execs in Tech, and BISB Media.

Brian launched and serves as the CEO of NocserV, a boutique IT consulting company in 2016. In 2017 he co-founded BISB Media network by co-creating the Big Ideas Small Business Podcast. He has co-hosted and produced over 50 episodes including over 20 interviews with business thought leaders. Brian founded the Execs in Tech network in 2018, an industry trade organization focused on developing the next generation of IT leaders.

Brian is a passionate educator. He is an instructor at the University of Houston Small Business Development Center (SBDC) where he teaches classes on podcasting, sales, and Social Media. Brian is a mentor for the University of Houston Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the C.T. Bauer College of Business. Brian an active leader in Toastmasters serving as an Area Director for District 56. Brian is a guest contributor to the Houston Business Journal.

Brian is active in several non-profit organizations focused on children. He serves as president of the Casa de Esperanza YP Board and as a member of their Advisory Board. Brian servers as a Kiwanis Club of Houston Foundation board member. He served as a Playworks Texas board member from 2016-2018 and as co-chair of their 2018 Get in the Game Gala fundraiser.

Brian is married to Dr. Alayna Pagnani-Gendron since 2013, and they have two sons Thomas and Joseph. They are Parishioners at Saint Anne’s Catholic Church.

Awards and Recognition:

Houston Business Journal 40 Under 40 Class of 2018
Casa De Esperanza 2019 Young Professional of the year
Toastmasters Competent Communicator
Toastmasters Level 4 Effective Coach
Kiwanis Club of Houston Presidential Recognition for Information Technology Leadership (2018)