Brian remained active through the advanced level on both coasts until 1984 when his coaching activities began to take precedence. As a volunteer to the horse community Brian has served as a USPC District Commissioner, USEA Area VI Chairperson (1985-1987), CDS L.A. chapter public relations chairperson (1973), AVA (American Vaulting Association) board of governors (1976-1978) and Woodside Horse Park founding vice president and board member (1976-1989). Brian was selected Chief Liaison Officer for the 1984 Olympic games. Asked to help with the show jumping phase of the three-day event by good friend Neil Ayer, Brian was eventually awarded the contract to design and build the three-day event show jumping course at Santa Anita for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.
Brian is currently teaching a full schedule of clinics across the nation and coaches the Méxican Eventing Equestrian Team. This team is the current Gold medal holder at the Central American Games. Brian also sat on the USEF Board of Directors and is President of the United States Eventing Association (USEA)through 2015.