Brewton-Parker appoints new vice president of advancement


MOUNT VERNON, Ga. — Brewton-Parker College is pleased to announce the appointment of  Brandon Braddy as the new vice president of Advancement and Alumni Relations. With a wealth of experience from his previous roles in public service and the banking industry, Braddy is well-equipped to lead the college’s advancement efforts, focusing on community engagement, donor relations, and strategic growth.

Braddy has built a distinguished career in financial management, community leadership, and strategic planning. He has previously held the positions of County Manager of Mongomery County, Chairman of the Board of Commissioners, and Commercial & Consumer Lending Officer. His experience has included negotiating intergovernmental agreements, managing grants, and implementing strategic initiatives to improve county services. The experience and skills Braddy has gained throughout his career, as well as his commitment to the community, have prepared him to step into his new role at BPC.

As VP of Advancement and Alumni Relations, Braddy aims to use his network and experience to strengthen the college’s relationships with alumni, donors, and the broader community. He emphasizes the importance of the position in facilitating the college’s growth and success, stating, “This position is important because the Office of Advancement is all about building relationships, supporting the community, and tapping into alumni connections and resources to help current students and the college as a whole.”

Expressing his excitement for the future, Braddy remarked, “I am honored to join Dr. Steven Echols and his dedicated team at Brewton-Parker College in the Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations. We are fortunate to have a Christ-centered institution like Brewton-Parker, right here in our community. The mission, vision, and core values of this college are what set it apart and make it a beacon of higher education. I am excited to contribute to the growth and success of BPC, which is valued by our community, and to engage with our alumni and supporters in meaningful ways.”

Echols, president of Brewton-Parker College, expressed his enthusiasm about Braddy taking the position: “We are excited to welcome Brandon Braddy to BPC. His professional experience, involvement in our community, and desire to honor God through his work make him an ideal fit for this role. I am confident that his vision and dedication will significantly contribute to the growth and success of BPC. We look forward to the positive impact he will have on both our institution and community.”

A native of Mount Vernon, Ga., Braddy is married to his wife of 25 years, Donna Jean, and is the proud father of two daughters, Briley and Mallie.

Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited four-year Christian college south of Macon and north of Jacksonville, Fla. As a comprehensive Georgia Baptist institution, Brewton-Parker College provides liberal arts and professional programs in a learning community of shared Christian values. Through the application of biblical truth in scholarship and a co-curricular focus on character, servant leadership, and cultural engagement, the college strives to provide a transformational experience that equips the whole student for lifelong learning and service in Christ.