Bradley is a Broward County Public Schools teacher in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. At New River Middle School, he
teaches 8th grade U.S. History and Career Planning.
Prior to teaching at New River Middle, Bradley served as the Education and Outreach Associate for the Friends
from August 2018-August 2019.
In the role of Education and Outreach Associate, Bradley worked alongside the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Visitor
Services staff at the Refuge, primarily within the structure of the Urban Wildlife Conservation Program.
At the Refuge, Bradley coordinated with the staff to forge Everglades education partnerships with a diverse
range of faith groups and organizations dedicated to providing services for underserved youth. In addition,
Bradley assisted the Biology staff in conducting wildlife surveys.
Bradley was born in Washington, D.C. and has spent the majority of his life living in Coral Springs, Florida,
where he currently resides. Bradley first visited the Refuge with his mom when he was only 5 years old, which
led to a lifelong fascination with the flora and fauna of the Refuge habitats.
A graduate of Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida, Bradley has a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Sociology and a Master of Arts degree in Sociology.
An avid wildlife photographer, he has spent most of his life exploring the Everglades and learning about the
wildlife of South Florida. As a naturalist and advocate for wildlife, Bradley has been dedicated to studying the
ecological and political history of the Greater Everglades ecosystem.
As a teacher, Bradley hopes to make an impact in his local community through mentoring youth, and by inspiring
youth to love and cherish wildlife, and get involved in efforts to conserve wildlife throughout South Florida.