Brandon joined the athletic staff in 2017 as the head women's soccer coach, athletic recruiter, and strength and conditioning coordinator. Brandon graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor's in Science Education. He has two earned masters, one in Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Olivet Nazarene University, and one from Montana State University in Science Education. He has certifications in IYCA Strength and Conditioning, specifically in speed, jump, and olympic lifting.
Brandon has spent the past several years serving in the Williamsburg, IA public school system as an educator and coach. As the strength and conditioning coach, he created and managed the strength and conditioning program for Williamsburg High School and created a youth strength and mobility program. During his time with the girl's soccer team, he improved all conditioning and scoring categories for their program.
He has been heavily involved in ministry at Harvest Baptist Church as a youth leader since 2000. He also has served as a deacon since 2012, and has done pulpit supply for various local churches.
Brandon currently serves as the dean of students, head women's soccer coach, strength and conditioning coordinator, and as an adjunct professor at Faith. He resides in Ankeny with his wife Natalie and their eight children, Karina, Kierstan, Eliana, Mirelli, Silas, Tyrza, Titus, and Apollos.