As the National Campaigns Director with the Strategy Center, Brandon leads the development and execution of our nationally-relevant, primarily market-based campaigns to eliminate toxic chemicals from food, water, and everyday products, with a specific focus on addressing environmental injustices and health inequities associated with disproportionate exposures to minority or low-income communities.
Prior to joining the Strategy Center in April 2019, Brandon held leadership roles on numerous issue-based and electoral campaigns on the local, state and federal level, primarily focusing on issues of social justice and equity.
Most recently Brandon served as a Regional Field Director with Service Year Alliance, where he helped to develop and implement a campaign to build the service movement from the ground up, recruiting, training, and mobilizing teams of grassroots and grasstops leaders in key congressional districts and states across the country to take action. A seasoned organizer and campaigner, Brandon has been successful in cultivating relationships with coalition partners, constituents, elected officials and corporations alike.
Brandon studied political science and public administration at Miami University. When he is not working toward a world free of toxic chemicals, he can be found traveling and sampling delicious cuisine.