Brian Dorsey is co-owner of Sellers Dorsey, a national health care consultancy, which designs and implements Medicaid finance and health care reform programs to address the cost and quality of health care. Brian’s firm was the consultant to Massachusetts in the development of their health care plan and it works with many states, counties, and health care providers in designing and implementing cutting edge solutions to some of the nation’s most pressing health care needs. Brian serves as Vice President of the Sellers Dorsey Foundation, building collaboration among LGBTQ organizations to minimize disparities and improve access to health care for the LGBTQ community. He is also a Certified Executive Coach specializing in Management Performance Consulting. As a former communications director for two non-profit health care organizations in Pennsylvania, Brian helped to launch the VISION USA™ program sponsored by the American Optometric Association, which provides eye health and vision care services to uninsured, low-income patients. As an Independent Theatrical Producer involved in both Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, Brian founded The Red Rose Project, LLC, a production company that creates theatrical projects focusing primarily on historic LGBTQ themes. Some of Brian’s philanthropic endeavors and advocacy include The Gay and Lesbian Leadership Council of the Democratic National Committee, Victory PA, The Gill Foundation, the Allens Lane Art Center of Philadelphia, and Big Brothers Big Sisters. Brian holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Communications from Wilkes University.