Bryan L. Rivera, Director
Bryan Rivera joined Premier Commercial Real Estate (PCRE) in 2017 as a Director. Bryan has a diverse background in both the private and government sectors, most recently as Village Clerk/Treasurer in Roslyn Estates. As Clerk/Treasurer he served as the Village Chief Executive Officer, managing a comprehensive staff that performed the day to day operations of the Village government including the Building Department, and as Clerk to the Board of Zoning Appeals and Planning Board. Bryan established a customer service friendly environment that was praised by both residents and applicants.
During Bryan’s tenure as Clerk/Treasurer he managed a $1.5 million operating budget for the maintenance/improvements of the Village including its grounds and buildings, sewer district, snow removal, road repairs and sanitation. In addition, Bryan worked with the Mayor and Superintendent of Buildings on building, zoning and enforcement issues. In his role, he also worked closely with neighboring Villages and with representatives from New York State, Nassau County, the Town of North Hempstead and the local police precinct.
Prior to Bryan’s work at the Village he was a Business Development Manager at one of Long Island’s top environmental consulting and remediation companies. He obtained new business with property owners for projects ranging from Phase I & II environmental site assessments to site remediation in both NYC and Long Island.
Bryan worked as a Community Liaison for a New York City Council Member, who was the Chair of the Zoning and Franchise Committee, and for a NYS Assembly Member where he developed deep connections in their respective communities and contacts throughout NYC.
Dealing with real estate, from both the private and governmental side, has been something he has been involved with throughout his career in both NYC and Long Island where he will use his insights to ensure the best arrangements for his clients.
Bryan earned his Bachelors Degree from Queens College and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Long Island University Post (Formerly CW Post). Bryan is active in his community where he is a member of the one of the oldest fraternal organizations in the United States, the Freemasons, in Whitestone Queens where they provide charitable work to various groups. Also, Bryan is an active member of the Nassau County 5th Police Precinct Community Council where private citizens and the police department work to improve communications between the communities and the police who serve their communities.
Bryan was born and raised in Queens and currently resides in Franklin Square with his wife Michelle and their three daughters.