Mr. Bradley was formerly the executive director of the DowntownDC Business Improvement District, an organization which has lead the revitalization of downtown Washington over the last 15 years. He was instrumental in creating the organization in 1997.

Before then, Mr. Bradley joined the International Downtown Association (IDA) in April 1984. He served as president of the organization, whose mission is to be an advocate and champion for vital and livable urban and community centers throughout the world.

Prior to assuming the position of president of IDA in 1984, Mr. Bradley was the executive director of the Downtown Hartford Council of Hartford, Connecticut. He also served as deputy commissioner of public transportation for the State of Connecticut. He was appointed to this position in 1979 by Governor Ella Grasso.

Mr. Bradley is a graduate of Cornell University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degrees in 1964 and a Masters of Education in 1965. He is married with two children and currently resides in the District of Columbia.