Area Coordinator, Village and 567 South Street
Two qualities that immediately come to Brad's mind when the word "community" is mentioned are "culture" and "identity evolution." Brad believes that Brandeis is a place where both of those qualities constantly influence one another to create a dynamic definition of "home."
Previously, Brad's career passions in public service have led him to intern on Capitol Hill and volunteer for two years of service at City Year Boston, a national, education-focused nonprofit AmeriCorps organization. From academic tutoring to time-management consulting, Brad has worked alongside multiple types of student support services since his high school years, and he brings a growth-oriented mindset to all of his endeavors.
Brad's guiding ambition as an area coordinator is to assist making the Brandeis community a welcoming home to a wide range of individuals who have different life experiences and personal goals. His leadership values are guided by dependability, empathy and gratitude. Brad was born and raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He earned a bachelor's degree in Africana studies from Brown University and a master's in international relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.