Brandon is a community organizer, global citizen, former student, and believer in the liberation of oppressed peoples through systematic change and now serves as the Tulsa Service Year fellow for the Terence Crutcher Foundation, a social justice organization seated on Black Wall Street. In college, he pursued and was granted a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a Minor in Urban Studies from Texas Christian University and a certificate in Global Human Rights from The University of Pennsylvania's Carey Law School. During his journey, he worked on local political campaigns, the U.S. Census Bureau, and interned with the Department of Veteran Affairs, and was an active member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Post-graduation, he became a fellow with Dr. Jared Williams' Campaign for City Council District 6 in Fort Worth, TX, as well as worked with United Fort Worth, pushing for a progressive vision for the city, collaborating with various organizations like the AFLCIO, Working Families Party, Black Voters Matter, and the Atatiana Jefferson Foundation. When not spending time promoting positive change, Brandon loves reading books, bumping Kendrick through his car speakers, and working out at his local gym.
Upon completion of his Tulsa Service Year fellowship, Brandon will embark on a Masters Degree in International Relations at Syracuse University.