Brian Dickerson

Brian Dickerson is the Vice President of Operations for Cygnus and serves the vital role of both corporate management and creative oversight for the company’s corporate, government, and nonprofit clients. As an Architect by trade and owner of his own firm, he provided award-winning projects to numerous commercial and government clients nationwide before joining the Cygnus Team. His personal philosophy is building through innovation and creative problem solving that has allowed him to help guide and shape Cygnus’ overall direction and form long-lasting relationships with our clients.

Mr. Dickerson’s background in achieving strong client satisfaction in both of his business ventures, makes him the ideal person for handling our Corporate Monitor activities and Project Administration to support the company’s commitment of advancing new developments in healthcare through our four main practice areas, provided to a broad range of federal agencies and other clients.

Brian’s 30 years of experience gives him the unique perspective and capability of helping us maximize our efforts on behalf of our clients. Successfully managing more than $250 million in highly complex and award-winning projects has given him the knowhow to handle the resources of this small-business wisely and efficiently, not just for day-to-day operations but for long-term allocation of company funds, so that contract deliverables are always met on time and within budget and client satisfaction is always at the forefront.

His genuine interest in providing good quality service and furthering the company mission to support critical research and knowledge-sharing in the healthcare world has ensured the success of Cygnus into the start of its fourth decade of addressing critical health challenges. Mr. Dickerson’s more recent development interests have been working with area nonprofits and universities to catalyze the expansion of substance use disorder treatment services for homeless veterans and underserved communities.

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