We are excited to introduce Brandon McMahon as Flatirons Habitat for Humanity’s new Family Services Manager! He will act as a community advocate for our homeownership program and will guide partner families through the process of becoming a Habitat homeowner. His passion lies in building trust through mutually beneficial relationships, and he has built his career around this capability.
Brandon has more than 15 years of military experience, during which he implemented community programs at the local, regional, and national levels. His area of expertise lies in building civic partnerships, cultural awareness, and disaster response efforts. Working abroad with the military, he led efforts in Djibouti to establish a women’s health program and teacher’s first-aid initiative, both of which were reproduced throughout East Africa. He also served as an instructor in Canada, Burundi, and Djibouti, where he trained government organizations on a wide range of topics from human rights to civic engagement. While in the United States, Brandon has worked as a human resources officer, a sworn police officer for the Rogers City Police Department, and a juvenile case worker with the Washington County Circuit Court in Arkansas.
He previously served as one of our AmeriCorps National members, and we are looking forward to him officially joining the Flatirons Habitat team. We are confident that he will accomplish great things!