State House of Representatives

North Carolina, 104th District

Brandon is a dedicated leader in Charlotte, North Carolina and serves the community in a number of capacities. He is a member of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Advisory Board, which works to end and prevent homelessness and recently served as president of the board for the Council for Children’s Rights, which advocates on behalf of children in the Charlotte area.

Brandon is the son of a public school teacher and the product of North Carolina’s public school system. He credits his mother’s support as well as the quality education he received in public schools as life-changing influences.

Brandon attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he graduated with highest honors and met his wife, Kellie. He earned his law degree from New York University School of Law, where he was a Root-Tilden-Kern Scholar and a Dean’s Scholar. After graduation, Brandon began his legal career at the civil rights law firm Ferguson Stein Chambers. Today, Brandon is a partner with the law firm Robinson Bradshaw, where he advises and represents cities, counties, hospitals, universities and nonprofits financing capital improvements that benefit the public.

Brandon, his wife Kellie, and their sons Brandon Jr. and Caleb, live in South Charlotte where they are active in the community. Brandon and Kellie are both active at their sons’ elementary school. Kellie regularly volunteers in the classroom and Brandon serves on the school leadership team and coaches the school chess team.