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Brian Nusida
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Brian Nusida

Accounting Manager

Brian has 13 years of nonprofit experience and 4 years of corporate accounting experience most recently at Carnegie Museum of Natural History.  He spent 8 years in the Marine Corps leaving as a Sgt. With deployments to Iraq in 2005 and 2008-09. Brian is active is his community serving as a volunteer firefighter and an officer at Waynesburg’s Masonic Lodge.

Why do you work for Hispanic Access Foundation?

I like seeing what I do benefit other people.

What do you do in your spare time?

I spend time with my family. Both of my kids are active in multiple sports. I coach baseball for my son. I am a volunteer firefighter for my town. And I love to spend time outdoors kayaking, fishing, hunting, and camping.

Your favorite book and why?

My favorite book is the complete Sherlock Holmes Mysteries. I took this book out of the library when I was in high school and read the whole thing without a break. I keep a copy of it on my night stand and once a year will take a few days and re-read it.

Who is a person you find inspirational?

The biggest inspiration in my life is my Father. I learned hard work, honesty, loyalty, hunting, fishing, and to be respectful from him. He is also a Marine and the reason I chose that branch when I enlisted.

About Us

Hispanic Access Foundation connects Latinos and others with partners and opportunities to improve lives and create an equitable society.

Phone: (202) 640-4342

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