Brandon A. Logan John joined CBRE in 2019 through its acquisition of REATA Real Estate. Brandon is principally responsible for the sale, purchase, and leasing of office, industrial, and retail property within the central business district, east side, underserved, and emerging markets. Brandon is a native San Antonian that found inspiration at the nexus of business, community, and mentorship, while carving a niche for himself as an entrepreneur, advocate, and speaker on all things diversity, business, and service.
Brandon graduated Cum Laude in three years from Grambling State University, where he focused his efforts on academics and athletics. Notably, he was named Grambling Football Scholar Athlete of the Year and was a member of the 2005 national championship team. Since 2005, he has been an active member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and his accolades from the fraternity include the Louisiana Scholar of the Year and the highly coveted International Citizen of the Year Award. Brandon has also received the Beacon Award from Grambling State University, Distinguished Alumni Award from Grambling University National Alumni Association, Bayou Classic Marines in Excellence in Leadership recipient, and, in 2019, served as the Black History Month keynote speaker for Fortune 100 company, USAA. Furthermore, he is a proud graduate of Harvard Business School’s Young American Leaders Program, Leadership San Antonio Class XXXVI, FBI Citizens Academy Class 17, Air War College’s 63rd National Security Forum, and Leadership North East Class of 2018.
Brandon is currently serving as the 107th President of the Rotary Club of San Antonio, which is one of the largest clubs within Rotary International. He has been named the Rotary Club of San Antonio’s Outstanding Young San Antonian for 2016 and was awarded Rotary International’s highest honor for individual Rotarians—the “Service Above Self” Award—for his selfless contributions to his community and beyond. Continuing his devotion to community service, Brandon was appointed Chairman of the San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, where he elevated the standard of participation for the Nation’s largest MLK, Jr. March by increasing the march participants to a record of 300,000 people and raising over $400,000 in scholarships.