Brandon and his wife Monica are the proud parents of two incredible boys, Hudson and Gavin, and an often underappreciated dog Ollie. He is a self-funded graduate of University of Michigan earning a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in Economics and Political Science. He is a former 6th grade public school teacher and varsity baseball coach at Saginaw Swan Valley. He has held employment in a broad range of sectors including retail dining, construction, manufacturing, landscaping, mold remediation, legal services, and served with Canadian House of Commons, and as a guest lecturer with Saginaw Valley State University's Teacher Education Program.
Currently, he is a member of the Muskegon Rotary Club, Muskegon Area Chamber of Commerce, Community Foundation for Muskegon County's J.E.D.I. Giving Circle, serves as the Director of Membership for JCI Greater Muskegon, and volunteers with the United Way of the Lakeshore, Pioneer Resources, the Boys and Girls Club of the Muskegon Lakeshore, and Project Fatherhood.
"I started Millennium Capital Management because I wanted to be able to help more people. I am guided by the personal connections with people and seek to empower my clients to be confident in their financial choices and at the same time feel good about the direction they are heading. My goal is to help people, period. I want to share the knowledge that I have with individuals that are ready to take their next step in life; to help them find more joy in their work and their lives while at the same time having the flexibility to find joy in my work and in spending time with my family and friends.
More personally; I truly enjoy physical movement, competition, and especially learning new things which has led me to enjoy activities ranging from crossword puzzles to disk golf, gardening to football, and from board games to trout fishing. I find joy in golf, basketball, hockey, and baseball yet also enjoy competing in volleyball, bowling, and pickleball. I’m an avid and adventurous reader, writer, an archery deer hunter, a proficient chef, and an armchair philosopher."