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As a proud native Detroiter, Brandon is committed to policy and education as integral parts of systemic change for social justice. Focusing his work on educational initiatives for youth, Brandon has been able to teach self-advocacy to support systemic change that Detroiters yearn. Access and opportunity are central to Brandon's work. Drawing on his experiences teaching in public and charter classrooms. Brandon worked as Program Manager with City Year. In this role, he led Americorps members providing instructional support in Detroit schools. He has coordinated SAT academic programming, taught young adults pursuing their GED and served as a peer mentor teaching assistant in Wayne State University's College of Education, collaborating with faculty to facilitate a course titled “Becoming an Urban Educator,” which examined urban schools and society through the exploration of the historical, political, and social trends that influence education. Brandon is an alumnus of Wayne State University with a B.A. in Education and current graduate student at the University of Michigan-Dearborn pursuing a Master in Public Administration and Policy. Brandon currently supports students in a credit recovery program with the Campaign for Black Male Achievement in Detroit schools and is an elected precinct delegate with the Michigan Democratic Party working to engage voters.
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