Brandon Savage has sat on both sides of the boardroom table over the past decade.  

As part of the Wharton Nonprofit Board Fellows program, Brandon served for three and a half years on the board of the non-profit public charter school, Spectrum Academy (North Salt Lake City, UT), the premier charter school in Utah for students with high-functioning Autism, Asperger's and others who would benefit from a unique learning environment.  After the first year, he was elected vice chair of the board and served during a critical growth period as the school expanded to offer high school education and later selected a location for a second campus in Utah County.

As part of Vivint's finance team, Brandon helped prepare and review monthly board presentations in 2010 and 2011, prior to their $2B acquisition by Blackstone in 2012.  


As a member of Devcon Security's executive team, he was responsible for preparing portions of board meeting presentations and "road-show presentations" leading up to Devcon's $148M acquisition by ADT in 2013.

As a member of My Alarm Center/Alarm Capital Alliance's executive team, he was also responsible for preparing portions of quarterly board meeting presentations for private equity owner, Norwest Venture Partners

Brandon is seeking opportunities to serve as a director or advisor on boards within the electronic security industry or with companies that have any combination of the following unique challenges:

  • consumer-facing semi-commodity (with CX as a strategic differentiator)
  • recurring-revenue subscription model
  • early-stage and/or high-growth 

He has a broad network within the electronic security industry and within the Wharton School community (both Philadelphia and San Francisco campuses) that can be leveraged to help provide direction and guidance to growing companies.

He is also available to consult companies that want to evaluate their current board presentation, format and/or reporting metrics.