New York City & Washington, D.C.
Brandon Brice, Republican Strategist
Regarded for his energetic, innovative and solutions driven leadership in conservative politics, Brandon attributes his commitment, success and service to his parents, who instilled the importance of a quality education, hard work, dedication and service.
Brandon has stayed true to these virtues by earning a Bachelor's in Business Administration in International Business Management from Howard University, a Masters of Science in Global Affairs from Rutgers University. Brice is currently completing his Master's in Public Administration from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. Brandon has interned on Capitol Hill in the Office of former United States Speaker of the House, the Honorable J. Dennis Hastert and with the United Nations in the Department of Disarmament Affairs. Brandon began his career as a fellow with National Urban League in New York. Due to his determination and concern for fiscal responsibility and government reform, Brandon served as a former New York Republican Judicial Delegate and New York State Committee member for the 70th Assembly District, while working on several political campaigns, including the 2004 Presidential campaign. Brice served as a local Community Organizer as an advocate for the rights of seniors and older adults. In less than two years Brandon was selected to serve as the former Director of Education and African American Affairs for New Jersey Governor Chris J. Christie.
Brandon has been featured as a guest political contributor on FOX News, ABC's Here and Now, BET, and Democracy Now's Grit-TV with Laura Flanders. Brandon is an active writer and blogger with MSNBC's the Grio and currently serves as the New York Spokesman for Republicans for Black Empowerment and as a Political Contributor for HipHopRepublican.com. Brandon's articles and work has appeared on Time Out New York, Sirius Radio XM, Ebony.com and FX's Totally Bias. Brandon has given lectures at the Center for American Progress, Baruch College, Princeton University, the Harbor League of Baltimore, the National Black Law Students Association and the Alexander Hamilton Society in Washington, DC. Brandon is a member of the Foreign Policy Initiative, a former member of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and is a distinguished member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.