Brandon German is a community organizer, advocate, entrepreneur and marketing professional. He has over a decade of experience in grassroots organizing and has led campaigns against the predatory lending practices of Wall Street banks during the 2008 foreclosure crisis.
This led to his work at the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School, where he worked with a team of attorneys that led a concerted effort to stem homelessness and displacement in Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood. His work has helped local families avoid eviction after foreclose as well as change local policy on housing.
Brandon is the recipient of the Leadership Award for Social and Economic Justice from City Live/Vida Urbana. He has been a panelist at MIT’s Media Lab discussing issues of affordable housing and has been featured in the Boston Globe, WGBH, Christian Science Monitor and the Boston Business Journal.
For more information on Brandon and his work, visit: www.BrandonGerman.com