Brian Mark Weber

Brian Mark Weber holds a Master of Arts degree in Military History from Norwich University, a Master of Arts degree in English from Washington College, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and American History from Vermont College of Norwich University. He has taught courses in literature, writing, history, and military history at the U.S. Naval Academy, Towson University, Anne Arundel Community College, American Military University, and Howard Community College. 

His literary interests include nineteenth and twentieth century American literature and poetry, British romanticism, American transcendentalism, and nature writing. Brian's historical interests include Greek and Roman military history, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, and the Constitutional Convention. 

Brian gives presentations at regional and national education conferences and serves on the board of directors of the Developmental Education Association of Maryland. Recent presentations include the U.S. Naval Academy, Association of Faculties for the Advancement of Community College Teaching, and the Maryland Consortium for Adjunct Faculty Professional Development.

Brian works as a communications consultant and offers a wide range of workshops and individual consultation sessions related to workplace culture, professional presentations, written communication, and marketing.

As a voice artist and broadcast professional, Brian works with projects including podcasts; radio, television & film; and book narration. He was interviewed in an episode of When Weather Changed History on The Weather Channel, discussing the impact of weather on the American Revolution.

Brian writes a weekly column for The Patriot Post on national politics, society, economics, and culture. He is working on several fiction and non-fiction book projects. 

Over the years, Brian has received numerous awards for community service including USA Today, the Maryland State Department of Education, the Anne Arundel County Public Schools, the Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks, and Kiwanis Club International which made him an honorary member. Brian is involved with history preservation organizations and serves as a docent at America's first cathedral, the Baltimore Basilica.