About Brandon Flanagan
President & Chief Executive Officer
Over the past 10 years, Brandon grew two businesses in the public safety and security space from start-up phases to millions of dollars in annual sales, through strategic business planning, creative sales techniques, and effective marketing. He is recognized by top government elected and appointed officials and law-enforcement executives as a consummate professional with a high degree of personal integrity.
Brandon is the co-founder of IFT serving as Director as well as the President and CEO of the company. He designed the company’s staple software, IN FORCE911, based upon the domain expertise he’s accumulated over the last decade from the law enforcement and school safety industries, specifically, drawing from his deep operational and tactical knowledge base. His passion for school safety and helping people runs deep as he served on the Board of Directors for Protect Mass Children, a non-profit children’s advocacy group dedicated to enhancing legislation against child predators, and today, holds an appointed position by Governor Charlie Baker on the Commission for Medico-legal investigations – a commission which oversees the Massachusetts Chief Medical Examiner’s Office. Additionally, Brandon is involved in his church and an active member of the Massachusetts Foster Care Ministry.
Brandon was a division 1 (FBS) scholarship football player at the University at Buffalo, before transferring back home and playing for the Minuteman of UMass where he received his degree in Political Science. During his off time, he very much enjoys spending family time with his wife, Rachel and raising their four children – three sons and a daughter. They enjoy spending time at the lake and enjoying the outdoors.