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Faculty & Staff Spotlight: Brian Ayers, UNT Health Science Center

Brian Ayers, UNT HSC police officer

Officer Ayers joined the HSC in April, marrying his three passions: law enforcement, health care and serving people. Officer Ayers earned an MBA from Texas Woman's University in 2010 with a 3.9 GPA and graduated from the Cedar Valley College Law Enforcement Academy in 2013. Before finding his dream job at HSC, he was a Tarrant County deputy constable at the same time he worked full-time as a hospital billing manager, and he continues to teach business and management courses as an adjunct at Tarrant County College. Look for this adventurous spirit (anyone up for skydiving?) patrolling the HSC grounds on two wheels and give him a wave. Get to know Officer Ayers a little better by reading on.


What is your favorite aspect of your job?
To serve others and build relationships with faculty, staff, students and our communities. 

What employee benefit or activity would you like to see added to UNT World?
It would ge great to have an employee-only store to purchase accessories for each institution like shirts, jackets and other apparel. 

What is your proudest work moment?
I successfully passed a police cyclist course which isn't a requirement for my job, but allows me to serve and be more personable with citizens on a bicycle. 

What is your proudest non-work moment?
I graduated with my MBA from Texas Woman's University in 2010 with a 3.9 GPA.

What is a fact about you that may surprise your colleagues?
I'm adventurous and would like to try skydiving, but every time I get close to it, I back out. I get close to paying and everything and when the day comes I don't do it.

Restaurant?: Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
Place to visit?: Miami
TV show?: Blue Bloods