Brandon Chambers is a Junior Associate at CBI. He primarily supports the firm’s collaboration and consensus-building processes by conducting research and evaluations, engaging with stakeholders, and assisting with facilitation, mediation, and other collaborative processes. Brandon assists with CBI’s conflict resolution and capacity-building efforts across the breadth of the firm’s practice areas, including natural resource management, renewable energy policy, climate adaptation, sustainable development, and community engagement.
Prior to joining CBI, Brandon worked as a student researcher for the Yale University Office of Development, where he assisted senior researchers with preparing financial analyses for the university’s current and prospective donors.
Brandon holds a B.A. with distinction in Ethics, Politics, and Economics from Yale University. His research in college focused on the effects of 20th century Caribbean immigration on British society and the state. Brandon has also conducted field research into peacebuilding and reconciliation efforts in communities in Northern Ireland.