Brandon designs the Fellow development continuum, plans and coordinates professional development, and collects and analyzes various data to evaluate ATC’s program effectiveness and Fellows’ classroom impact; he also coaches science and math Fellows throughout the state. Brandon additionally serves as the Co-Director of Summer Institute alongside Sarah Baver where his responsibilities include coordinating logistics, hiring and managing summer interns, and designing and facilitating Instruction and Change training. A Teach For America alumnus, Brandon taught tenth grade biology in the Helena – West Helena School District and ninth grade Algebra 1 in the Osceola School District before joining ATC full-time in 2016. While in HWH, he also served one year as a campus instructional coach for science grades 7-12. He also served as a Learning Team Leader for science with Teach For America and has held a variety of part-time ATC roles, including Summer Mentor in 2014, PLC Leader for science in 2014-15, and Teacher Support Specialist in 2015-16. Brandon holds a Master of Education in educational leadership from Arkansas Tech and a Bachelor of Arts in environmental economics from Washington University in St. Louis.