About Brandon Warren
Founder & CEO
On May 23rd, 2017, Brandon's life changed forever when he lost a dear friend and teammate of his, Dijon Anderson. After starting a peace walk nearly 3 months later, Brandon was able to continue on with the organization, We LIVE (rhymes with five). On the way of doing so, Brandon humbly received many accolades and achievements based on his positive leadership in his community.
Brandon has been fortunate enough to receive two internship offers from Congressman Andre Carson and The Office of Indiana's 7th District, and as well as Mayor Joe Hogsett and Indianapolis Mayor's Office. He has also been given the Indiana Heroes Award, the Prudential Spirit of Community State and National Award, the President's Volunteer Service Award, and the 2017 Regis F. Groff Youth Award (given by the National Black Caucus of State Legislators). Brandon's also been recognized in the National exhibit Sons: Seeing the Modern African American Male Exhibit Opening with Kevin Powell, recognized by MTV on National Television, he was the 2018 Grand Marshal of IBE's Classic Parade, accepted an extended invitation by PeaceJam to be included in an International Youth Summit in Costa Rica alongside two former Nobel Prize laureates, and many other accolades given at the State, National, and International level. Brandon knows that without Christ, his diligent committee members, his loving family, and the great number of supporters who stand behind him that none of this would be possible.
Brandon has most recently published his first-ever memoir, B Inspired. Through his now published book, Brandon has been able to advocate for many systemic issues our young people face today. Along with his book, Brandon oversees the second company in B The Inspired, where he has been fortunate enough to inspire the lives of many.
This young man's efforts have been considered to be one of the most powerful movements across the globe. Brandon's ultimate vision is for We LIVE to be featured in cities across the Nation, and operated by high school teenagers who care deeply about their local community. Brandon's resume is far from completed and his mission is yet to be fully accomplished. Considering his move a 'Calling from God,' Brandon gives all of his glory to his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.