Andrew "Drew" Brennan

Andrew (Drew) Brennan

Andrew "Drew" Brennan

Andrew "Drew" Brennan

Drew Brennan, of Ada, Michigan, serves as the Michigan National Guard (MING) Full-time State Support Chaplain and Deputy Joint Forces Headquarters Chaplain. He oversees MING Chaplain Service religious programs and ministries. His awards include three Army Commendation Medals and the Michigan Legion of Merit, with service in Afghanistan. He earned a BA in History from Oral Roberts University, an MA in Educational Ministry from Calvin Theological Seminary, an MA in Interdisciplinary Studies from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, and a JD from WMU Cooley Law School. Under his leadership, the Michigan National Guard instituted multiple wellness initiatives, including the Ready & Resilient Campaign, the Community Health Promotion Council, the Alcohol & Drug Intervention Council, and the Suicide Prevention Task Force. Prior to full-time work in Michigan National Guard, Drew’s civilian employment included university instruction, non-profit case management, and civil law practice. He is ordained by the Reformed Church in American (RCA) and is an active State Bar of Michigan member. He also serves on the RCA Chaplain Conference Planning Committee and on the Board of Directors for ACES, a veteran-founded youth mentorship program.