Bryan Thornberg founded Higher Images. 15 years ago. As President and Chief Executive Officer, he leads his team in all digital projects, consultations, development, marketing, public relations, sales, analytics, account management, and product support.
For over 25 years, Bryan has been very active in the Pittsburgh community. In his past, he was a member of the Robinson Rotary, a Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce Ambassador and President of the Pittsburgh Networking Group.
Most recently in Bryan’s accomplishments include becoming a Board of Director Member for MAAPE. The MidAtlantic Alliance for Performance Excellence (MAAPE) is a 501c(3) nonprofit corporation that helps all types of organizations improve their performance and outcomes, including productivity, workforce engagement, competitiveness, and customer and stakeholder satisfaction.
Bryan has also been a member of the TAB Board member since 2011. The Alternative Board brings solid business owners and leaders from non-competing industries together in a group setting – similar to a board of directors on a monthly basis.
Bryan is a proud Robert Morris University graduate and continues his Alumni relationship as an Advisor today.
He also cares very much for his community and gives back in any way possible some of the causes include Keystone Young Marines, Carnegie Theatre, Monessen Library, Relay for Life, the Veterans of America among others.
Bryan has more than 20 years of experience building innovative digital marketing programs, implementing global marketing strategies, and developing contextual website content. He is widely respected for his entrepreneurial spirit and unmatched intensity for corporate pride in the collaborative work produced by the team.
Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters, scuba diving, and traveling. He is proud to finally realize his dream of a B2B Trade show called the Pittsburgh Business Show which will be held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center and helping businesses and the economy grow in the Pittsburgh region.