Bryan Betts is the Senior Systems Analyst for Albemarle County in the departments of housing and social services. He helped develop automated systems allowing quicker check-ins at Albemarle County polling stations during elections and online applications for need-based county programs. Betts also worked to capture and manage data for the Family Support and Bright Stars programs, which assist families with access to health, education, legal, housing, and social services.
Betts was born in Baltimore, Maryland, but grew up in the cities of Milan, London, and Paris. He moved to Charlottesville in 1991 to attend the University of Virginia as an undergraduate student, graduating with a degree in biochemistry and in French language and literature. He has published articles for the Journal of Physical Chemistry regarding DNA marking compounds.
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- Web. County of Albemarle Department of Information Technology Contacts, County of Albemarle, retrieved 8 July 2013.
- Web. Bryan Betts, Albemarle County, Charlottesville Tomorrow, 7 July 2013, retrieved 8 July 2013.
- Web. Single and Multiple Binding of β-Cyclodextrin and Polymeric β-Cyclodextrins to Luminescent Ruthenium(II) α-Diimine Complexes, Wenying Xu, Ajay Jain, Bryan A. Betts, J. N. Demas, B. A. DeGraff, The Journal of Physical Chemistry, pp.251-257, ACS Publications, 2002, retrieved 8 July 2013.