Brian Morrison strives to discover creative solutions to meet the needs of children and families undergoing treatment for life-threatening illnesses. His vision has led Believe In Tomorrow to develop the first and only pediatric respite facilities in the United States. Under Brian’s leadership, the organization also developed the first long-term residential facility for pediatric bone marrow transplant patients and their families.
Beyond the office Brian is an avid hiker who enjoys extreme adventures such as his annual Grand Canyon hike, which is often coupled with a fundraising effort to benefit Believe In Tomorrow programs. A father to five sons, Brian appreciates spending time with them doing whatever they enjoy.
A long-time Baltimore area resident and active community member, Brian believes in serving the underserved. This philosophy translated into Believe In Tomorrow’s military initiative, implemented in 2005, which prioritizes respite and hospital facilities for critically ill children of military families, who are often undergoing additional challenges.
Brian has served on a number of national, regional, and community non-profit boards including: the National Association of Hospital Hospitality Houses and Children First, America’s charities.
To read more about Brian, his philosophies and interests please visit his blog here: http://www.briansblog.believeintomorrow.org or view one of the videos below.