Brett Reck

About Brett Reck


Brett Reck, born on May 8th, 1981, hails from Dallas, Texas. Growing up, his family’s ties to the oil industry led to two overseas stints, living in Celle/Hamburg, Germany from 1988-1992, and Abu Dhabi, UAE from 1994-1995. Returning to the US for high school, he pursued higher education at Vanderbilt University from 1999 to 2003, where he earned a double major Bachelor of Science in Math and Engineering Science.

After completing his undergraduate studies, Brett ventured further into academia, earning a Masters in Business Administration from Georgetown University in 2013. Currently, he holds the esteemed position of Senior Director in Liquidity Risk Management and Resolution Planning.

Beyond the boardroom, Brett finds solace and adventure in the great outdoors, particularly through his passion for fishing. An avid angler, he frequents the rivers and lakes of northern Virginia, showcasing his dedication through memorable experiences like a challenging three-night, four-day, 50-mile float on the upper James River. This expedition required him and his companions to carry all essential supplies on their kayaks, a testament to his resilience and love for the sport. His angling pursuits also take him across borders, with frequent trips to Mexico for bass fishing at El Salto Mexico.

In addition to his professional and recreational pursuits, Brett is deeply committed to philanthropy. He actively participates in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters mentorship programs through his workplace, striving to make a positive impact in the lives of young individuals. He also channels his support towards advocating for the LGBTQ+ youth community, championing organizations like the Trevor Project.

Brett Reck’s life is a harmonious blend of professional excellence, outdoor adventure, and heartfelt philanthropy, embodying a well-rounded individual who strives to make a difference in both his professional field and the broader community.


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