Dr. Brandon Currie is an athlete, coach, educator, guidance counselor, business and community leader. Dr. Currie graduated from Brown Deer High School where he distinguished himself in athletics, leadership, and academics. Dr. Currie won two WIAA State High School tennis singles championships for Brown Deer High School.
He later attended Butler University where he is the most celebrated tennis player of all time and a member of the 2016 Butler University Hall of Fame induction class while earning a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s of Science Degree in School Counseling and Psychology.
Throughout these accomplishments, Dr. Currie continued as a humble and dedicated leader and role model for his teammates, classmates, and community partners. He served as a school guidance counselor for 10 years in the public school setting, earned his doctorate in Urban Education, coached Division I IUPUI men’s tennis, was an author of a book titled “Deuce Point,” founded and operated the West Indy Racquet Club to serve kids from disadvantaged backgrounds, and taught college courses on “Foundations of Mental Health Counseling and Psychopathology and Advanced Diagnosis."
Dr. Currie believes it is vital to build relationships and offer safety to youth in order to combat childhood trauma. He believes the formula: Visibility + Accessibility = Opportunity offers an opportunity for all children to have hope and a chance to accomplish great things in their lives.