Brandon has always been interested in how he can help make his town a better place. In sixth grade, he formed a committee of his peers to eradicate bullying and encourage community service and positive behavior. After being recognized locally for his work leading the group, he was invited to meet with President Obama in the Oval Office to discuss his work to end bullying and improve our town. Brandon's leadership in the community has only deepened since then, as he was elected by his peers to serve as President of Burrillville High School's Class of 2015.
Since graduating high school, he has traveled the country to mentor middle and high school students about his leadership work in Burrillville, how they too can be leaders in their communities. Brandon is graduate of Providence College where he studied Political Science, Business, and Economics. As a Forand Research Scholar, Brandon explored environmental policy in Rhode Island, and graduated with honors.
Brandon had a unique opportunity to watch our government in action day after day when he was appointed by Senator Jack Reed to serve as one of thirty United States Senate Pages in Washington, DC. Watching policy be implemented at the federal level inspired Brandon to get involved in local politics, and he has been a member of our committee since the day he became a registered voter. He has also been an active member of local organizations for the past decade, as he helped form the Burrillville Anti-Bullying Task Force, and is currently the Chairman of the RI State Senate District Committee for District 23. Brandon is excited to take on the role of Chair of the Burrillville Democratic Town Committee.
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