Brannon’s story is truly one of a kind. Brannon began working for our firm in April of 2019 as a Director/ Client Advisor and focusing on new business development. He is based out of our Denver, Colorado office. He spent his childhood and teen years in his hometown of Boulder, Colorado. Brannon attended Colgate University where he obtained his Bachelors degree. He was involved in cross county and the track and field teams.
Brannon then attended the University of Colorado to obtain his Master’s degree in Education and teacher certification. While at the University of Colorado, Brannon was a member of the Triathlon team. After completing his Master’s degree, Brannon headed down to El Salvador for two years where he became a high school English teacher to US college bound El Salvadorian students teaching a rigorous US English curriculum. During his time in El Salvador, he met the love of his life, Mandy Fisher, who was teaching elementary and middle school to El Salvadorian students. Brannon and Mandy then took their talents to The Golden State of California.
While in California, Brannon worked at Dominican University of California where he served in admissions and fundraising. While working at Dominican University of California, Brannon obtained an MBA. Brannon and Mandy have two beautiful daughters, Waverly (15) and Layla (13). From 2007-2017 Brannon and his family lived in Maine where he worked in the development office at Bowdoin College.
In 2017, Brannon and his family relocated back to his hometown of Boulder, Colorado, where he worked at Branzan Investment Advisors and focused on business development and client relationships.
Brannon is currently on track to finishing his CFP program in July of 2020!
Fun fact about Brannon has completed over fifty hours of solo flying to become a pilot. Mrs. Fisher started a nonprofit organization named Old Dogs New Digs which rescues helps older rescue dogs and finds the best foster and forever homes. Feel free to find out more information here https://www.olddogsnewdigs.com
Brannon finished our interview with this “Continue to follow your passions and challenge yourself to learn new things throughout your adulthood. Never be afraid to go after the things you are passionate about!”.