Brandon started his education at the University of Akron's world-renowned Ray C. Bliss Institute, studying both Political Science and Criminal Justice with a minor in Computer Security Administration. He proceeded to study a graduate certificate in coding through Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He continues his education studying finance with an area of interest in Business Economics through Harvard.
In 2016, Brandon was invited to join the prestigious Forbes' affiliated Young Entrepreneurs Council, an invite-only organization comprised of the world's most promising young entrepreneurs. His largest company, Accelerated Social, has been hailed as “revolutionary to social media advertising” by the Huffington Post.
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