Brandon lives in Burrillville, Rhode Island and has worked as NEHA’s Marketing and Communications Manager since 2019. Brandon has a unique role, as he works for both NEHA and the New York City Hemophilia Chapter (NYCHC), and is the first shared employee between two organizations in the bleeding disorders community.
While he doesn’t have a bleeding disorder, he was attracted to NEHA’s leadership with public policy and advocacy and wanted to join the team the help make a difference.
Brandon graduated from Providence College with honors where he studied business, economics and political science. In 2011, he was recognized by President Barack Obama at the White House for his efforts to better his community and promote positive behavior in his hometown. His love for politics and government grew when he served as a United States Senate Page in Washington, D.C., in 2014. Since then, he has been, and remains active in local and state-wide politics in Rhode Island.