Brandon Herbert’s educational journey began at McDonogh School in Owings Mills, Maryland, where he laid the foundation for his future endeavors, culminating in his graduation from the school in 2007.
He earned a Division I basketball scholarship to Binghamton University. Where his team won their first-ever Conference Title and advanced to its first NCAA tournament in 2009. He left the University of Binghamton to be closer to his family, continuing his basketball career and earning his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of the District of Columbia, majoring in Sociology. His thirst for knowledge and a desire to further his career in education led him to pursue a Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed) in School Leadership from the prestigious University of Pennsylvania.
Brandon is a dedicated education professional who currently holds the Director of Enrollment Management position at the Church Farm School, an esteemed all-boys boarding and day school in Exton, Pennsylvania. In this pivotal role, Brandon plays a crucial part in shaping the school's student body and ensuring its continued growth and success.
Before joining the Church Farm School, Brandon gained valuable experience and expertise in the field of education. He served as the Assistant Director of Admissions. He later took on the role of Director of D.R.E.E.A.M.S (Diversity, Resilience, Engineering, Arts, Math, and Science) Middle-Grade Partnership at Girard College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Prior to his time at Girard College, Brandon pursued a career in real estate as a licensed realtor in Maryland. During this period, he also lent his skills and passion for education to Baltimore City Public Schools, where he worked to make a positive impact on students' lives.
Additionally, his love for basketball led him to coaching, where he imparted valuable athletic skills and important life lessons to young athletes.