Garrett Richardson joined Bloomberg Associates in March of 2021. In his role with the Social Services practice, Garrett supports clients with designing sustainable and effective citywide initiatives committed to addressing racial justice and equity. His work includes the management of municipal efforts that are part of President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Community Challenge.
Previously, Garrett served in a multitude of roles focused on making demonstrative improvements to the life outcomes of youth from historically underserved communities, especially boys and young men of color. As an education consultant with over a decade of experience improving key performance indicators at persistently struggling schools in cities across the Mid-Atlantic, Garrett brings a wealth of knowledge around youth engagement and positive youth development to Bloomberg Associates. During his time in K-12 education, Garrett designed various programs and campaigns to support students with the greatest need, earning public endorsements from some of New York State’s Education Department’s highest-ranking members. Prior to joining BA, Garrett served as the Campaign for Black Male Achievement’s (CBMA) Membership Services Manager where he built national membership recruitment campaigns for CBMA’s 11,000 global members and executed high-quality brand marketing experiences for international partners such as Nike and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Garrett holds his B.A. in Communication from Rutgers University.