Sean Brebbia has been a member of BBBP’s Board of Directors since its inception, and now serves as VP. “The Belfast-Beltway Boxing Project is a unique charity that provides a tremendous experience for everyone involved. The Project’s participants come from diverse communities on both sides of the Atlantic. I cannot overstate the value for the individuals that are involved. For many, BBBP provides a cultural experience they would not have otherwise had. Travel broadens the mind, and we are committed to providing valuable experiences and resources to everyone involved in the Project. I hope BBBP can continue to grow and expand its efforts to support our young people.”
Sean is Oversight and Investigations Counsel at the United States Senate Committee on Banking, housing, and Urban Affairs. Sean’s prior experience includes being Acting Deputy General Counsel for Special Projects with the Department of Commerce, an attorney for the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, and a trial attorney for both the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia and the Committee for Public Counsel Services in Brockton, Massachusetts. Sean is a graduate of Colgate University and The George Washington University Law School, where he graduated with high honors and was a member of the Law Review. Originally from Marshfield, Massachusetts, he now resides with his family in Bethesda, Maryland.