A resident of Williamson County since his childhood, Brandon Ogles has deep roots in our community. As a conservative small business owner, Brandon has the real private-sector perspective to help make our state government function more efficiently with lower taxes, fewer regulations, and leaner, balanced budgets.
After graduating from Franklin High School, Brandon pursued his college studies at Lipscomb University. In 1999, he received his degree in Business Administration with a minor in Finance and set out to hone his skills in the construction and building trades industry.
After working his way up the professional ladder, Brandon started his own business as a commercial contractor specializing in the design and construction of retail structures and specialized interiors. Today, his entrepreneurial gamble has paid off and grown into a successful local business venture. Brandon’s employees are now licensed in over 35 states and work on hundreds of commercial projects across the country each year.
Brandon and his wife Grace are the proud parents of four young children- Ethan, Aidan, Insley, and Emma- all of whom attend Williamson County Schools. Together, they attend Grassland Heights Baptist Church and reside in the Spencer Creek area of Franklin. When he’s not spending time with his family, working on business projects, or coaching his son’s little league games, he devotes his spare time to various community and civic groups and enjoying the outdoors as a recreational sport shooter.
- Former Vice President, Grassland Athletic Association
- Board of Directors, Homework Hotline
- Eagle Scout Board of Review, Boy Scouts of America
- Former Williamson County Reserve Officer