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Brandi Richard Wikipedia
Brandi Richard is an American young professional advocate, innovator, entrepreneur, author, civic leader, and the immediate past president of the National Urban League Young Professionals. She is NULYP’s first President to serve two consecutive terms, 2011-2013 and 2013-2015.
Brandi Richard is a graduate of Texas Woman’s University in General Studies with an emphasis in Business, Computer Science and English and a graduate of the Ploughshares Fund Nuclear Security Cohort of the White House Project Go Run Political Leadership Training. Brandi participated in the NUL delegation to China, the African American Leaders Roundtable and the 2013 Aspen Institute Racial Equity Leadership Development Seminar.
She is a civil servant with 10+ years of service, and currently is a Public Affairs Officer for FEMA.
Brandi Richard served as President of the National Urban League Young Professionals (NULYP), an auxiliary of the National Urban League (NUL), supporting 64 chapters nationwide and reaching almost 2 million young professionals. NULYP gave over 100,000 volunteer hours and $700,000 to Urban League affiliates in her first term in office. She secured over $2,900,000 in sponsorship for NULYP and served as an NUL Board Trustee. She previously served as Southern Region Vice President and President of the Urban League of Greater Dallas Young Professionals (ULGDYP), now Dallas-Fort Worth Urban League Young Professionals.NULYP Leading By Example Award (2015)
Key to the City of Birmingham, AL (2015)
Black Women in Media Award (2014)
Envest Foundation 40 under 40 (2013)
MetroBoard of the Chicago Urban League Torchbearer Award (2013)
IMPACT Champion of Change Award (2013)
Whitney M. Young Jr. Award (2013) - Long Island Urban League Young Professionals
2011-2012 Motivator Award - FEMA
Dallas Business Journal Top 40 Under 40 (2011)
Leadership Dallas Class (2011)
2011 3rd Quarter Motivator Award - FEMA
2010 1st Quarter Altitude Award - FEMA
Dallas Weekly Talented Tenth (2009)