Brandon is a Washington lobbyist turned community development guru. He has over a decade of experience across government affairs, arts, education, communications, and small business consulting. His expertise in message development, creative consulting, visual and print media, and external engagement are vital to assisting Parkstone clients with building strong community partnerships.
He is a graduate of Fisk University and Harvard Graduate School of Education (Technology, Innovation, & Education), a member of the News Leadership Council, the Trust Project, and a 2018 graduate of the American Express Leadership Academy. He was selected as a fellow for the Campaign for Black Male Achievement, Andrew Carnegie Mellon Fellow, Ronald E. McNair Scholar, and recipient of a national Knight Arts Challenge Grant for his community arts engagement work in Detroit.
Brandon has been a key member of several development teams under the Parkstone umbrella and has developed meaningful engagement frameworks for our clients in order to meet their social equity and community investment goals.