Brandon Garrett, M.A Manager, Multicultural Advocacy Program (MAP)
Brandon is the Program Manager of the Multicultural Advocacy Program (MAP). Born and raised in the beautiful, vibrant, eclectic, remarkable, and diverse city of Oakland, CA, Brandon will remind you that the Bay Area is the greatest place in the world, yet he still decided to try out a new coast.
Brandon studied Sociology at California State University-East Bay, Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Administration at Colorado State University, and is currently studying for a masters in Forensic & Legal Psychology at Marymount University.
With 7+ years of experience in many roles within the social service field, Brandon has had the opportunity to support youth, adults, and families in reaching their goals of wellness and stability in homeless shelters, transitional housing, residential programs, group homes, drop-in centers, and juvenile correctional settings. Brandon is passionate about lowering barriers to success for young people in the juvenile justice and foster care systems while promoting healthy living and positive relationships.
In his spare time, Brandon enjoys listening to true crime podcasts, playing video games with friends, and journaling.