Bryant Kuechle is the Executive Director of The Langdon Group, Inc. (TLG) based in Boise. In this role, Bryant specializes in convening parties, often of differing perspectives and interests, to find common ground and reach consensus on complex and controversial issues. With TLG since 2005, Bryant has managed these collaborative processes throughout the country for federal, state and local government agencies.
In Idaho, Bryant includes state and regional offices of the U.S. BLM, EPA and Forest Service; Idaho Department of Health and Welfare; Idaho Transportation Department; Idaho Department of Fish & Game; Idaho National Laboratory and countless local governments in his client list.
Bryant has called Moscow, Ketchum, Riggins, Lowman, Stanley and now Boise, with his wife and two kids, home. In these travels recreationally, with TLG and previously with the Idaho Transportation Department, Boise National Forest and the Lewiston Morning Tribune, Bryant has visited and explored every county, corner and crevice of the state. He understand the diversity that exists in its geography, people and politics and hopes to use that experience and insight with the McClure Center in helping fulfill opportunities for the advancement of all Idahoans.
Bryant volunteers his time with the Treasure Valley YMCA and Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Centers. Bryant is a contributing author to the book Environmental Conflict Management (Sage Publications, October 2014), and in 2015, he was selected as an Accomplished under 40 recipient by Idaho Business Review, recognizing the top 40 young professionals in the state.
Bryant grew up in Washington. He earned his BS from the University of Idaho in Journalism and Mass Communication and his MA from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University.