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Brandy Bunting, M.A., is a Counselor at Montcalm Community College. She first came to MCC as a student in the late 1990s and returned in 2004 as an adjunct instructor. In 2006, she became an adjunct counselor. She received two full-time counselor appointments in 2008 and 2009 and was hired as a full-time faculty member in 2009. Her primary role is as a counselor, but she has also taught psychology, sociology, political science, and general education courses. Brandy earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Counseling, both from Michigan State University.

Brandy lives in Montcalm County with her husband and two daughters.  She is raising the 5th generation to live on their farm.   

In her spare time, Bunting shows horses on the American Quarter Horse Circuit. Brandy has shown the American Quarter Horse Circuit her entire life all over the nation and in Canada. Showing her horses, she is a two-time National All-Around Champion (1999 All Around Youth, 2017 All Around Amateur-only the 3rd person to hold both titles) and a four-time individual National Champion (Showmanship and Hunt Seat Equitation). She has also won the All American Quarter Horse Congress twice and been Reserve World Champion.  Her daughters also keep her busy as they are involved with several sports and the Montcalm County 4-H fair.  

Brandy enjoys traveling and has been to places such as Italy and Australia.  However, still on her bucket list are trips to New York City and the Grand Canyon.