Brandon attributes his commitment to service to his parents who instilled in him the importance of hard work. Brandon earned a Bachelor's in Business Administration from Howard University and a Masters of Science in International Affairs from Rutgers University. Brandon is a recipient of the Henry J. Raimondo Fellowship through the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers, serving as a fellow with the United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs. Brice later was selected to work at the Heritage Foundation, while working in the Office of former U.S. House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert. Brandon began his career as an Associate with National Urban League, fighting for the rights of families and financial literacy. In less than two years he was selected to serve as the Director of Education and African American Affairs for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Brandon was later appointed to the Port Authority of New York-New Jersey, serving in the Real Estate and Finance Division. Brandon is currently an OP-ED writer for the Detroit News and the Mackinac Center for Policy. Brandon has been featured as a guest political contributor on MSNBC, FOX News, Hannity, BET and C-SPAN. Brandon’s articles and work has appeared on the Village Voice, Time Out New York, Blaze TV and Ebony.com. Brice has given lectures at the Center for American Progress, Baruch College, Princeton University, the Harbor League of Baltimore, National Black Law Students Association's and the Alexander Hamilton Society in Washington, D.C.
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