Brandon McIntosh grew up in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Mr. McIntosh earned bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Barry University in Miami Shores, FL and received a Master’s degree in Leadership at North Central College in Naperville, IL. During his graduate studies at NCC, McIntosh performed duties as a coach, recruiter, and analyst for the football program. After graduating, Mr. McIntosh decided to return home to pursue a career in education.
Mr. McIntosh began his career as an educator as a substitute for Broward County Public Schools. Thereafter, he earned a position as a World History Teacher at J.P Taravella High in Coral Springs, FL. After three years, Mr. McIntosh relocated to the Atlanta area with his wife where he began teaching Economics for Fulton County Schools at Westlake High School. After two years at Westlake, Mr. McIntosh accepted a position as a teacher at Stone Mountain High School where he was the Economics teacher and Social Studies department chair. Finally, in 2021, Mr. McIntosh joined Centennial High School as the AVID Site Coordinator and elective teacher.
Mr. McIntosh enjoys spending time with his wife and son, watching sports, and traveling around the country and abroad. Mr. McIntosh is excited to be a member of the Knight family and dedicated to supporting educators in helping students reach their highest potential.