After completing his Computer Information Systems degree at Bryant College in Rhode Island, Brendan left the comfort of New England for the adventures of California. Driving cross country and arriving in San Francisco at the peak of the dotcom boom, Brendan began working in Tech Support for Embark.com. Embark.com eventually became The Princeton Review, and Brendan enjoyed working up the ranks to Operations Manager in a technology field interwoven with higher education.
Joining Weather Underground in 2003 Brendan brought his HTML skills to corral the wunderground.com site into a cohesive look as well as work with clients to syndicate weather data to news organizations and other online resources. Taking advantage of Brendan's ability to not only develop web pages but talk directly with technical and non-technical clients led to gaining partners like CBS, Belo Interactive, and McClatchy. Now as the Autobrand Manager Brendan oversees client relations and the development of products used across the internet to bring the weather from your neighborhood to your computer screen.
When not in front of the keyboard Brendan enjoys doing house projects or hanging around at the park with his family. Or throwing a dinner party for 12 guests.