Bradley served on President George W. Bush’s senior staff as Deputy Assistant to the President for Appointments and Scheduling, Vetting, Research, and Correspondence, reporting directly to the President and the Chief of Staff. In managing the President’s public and private schedules, he balanced political, policy, and public affairs demands. Bradley also was a key operative in the Bush 2000 campaign, developing and implementing press events in key battleground states.
In the private sector, Bradley was President and Chief Executive Officer of “Freedom’s Watch,” a non-profit conservative advocacy group. Among other things, Bradley created and supervised production of over $60M in television, radio, and print media advertising campaigns, including a national campaign promoting the “Surge” strategy in Iraq; organized an internationally acclaimed conference on rising dangers of radical Islam; and built an ad hoc coalition of 20 different groups in support of U.S. troops in Iraq.
Bradley was a senior executive at several Washington, D.C. public policy firms (Barbour, Griffith, & Rogers; Park Strategies Washington Group; Kent Strategies LLC) where he represented Fortune 100 clients in the defense, telecommunications, and financial services sectors, planning and implementing legislative and communications strategies. He also was a senior executive at Gordon C. James Public Relations, where he advised clients on advertising campaigns, developing grassroots and grass tops organizations, and crisis management.
Bradley appears regularly as a conservative political commentator on Fox News, MSNBC, BBC, Al Jezeera, and CNN. He is heard regularly on Fox, NPR and BBC Radio and seen regularly in Politico, Newsmax and US News & World Report as well as numerous nationally recognized Blogs. He is a contributor to FOXnews.com Opinion/Forum.
Prior to his career in politics and public affairs, Bradley was a litigator in New York for 13 years.
Bradley is an award winning adjunct professor at Georgetown University, lecturing in the Semester in Washington Program – American Politics and Public Affairs and International Studies. He was a 2010 recipient of the “Dean’s Service Award” for Outstanding Faculty and helps lead and teach at the Global Education Institute, where he has lectured members of the Chinese central bank and officials of the government of Japan.
Bradley was appointed by President George H. W. Bush to the United States Holocaust Council from 1986 – 1992. Bradley was appointed by President George H. W. Bush to his senior staff as Deputy Assistant to the President for Appointments, Scheduling, Surrogate, Vetting, Research, and Correspondence.
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