Dan Bradley is an Inclusion Communities Manager at Partners for Youth with Disabilities. Dan has over 15 years experience in community organizing, violence prevention, youth engagement strategies and social activism. He is an agent for societal change and lives by the creed, “We must teach our children to dream with their eyes open.”
In June of 2016, Dan completed the Skinner Leadership Institute Master’s Series for Distinguished Leaders, as well as the Master’s Institute for Distinguished Clergy. He is a licensed minister.
Dan is a noted speaker, author, and producer, having spoken for events such as The 500 Men and Boys Day on Capitol Hill sponsored by the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and The Congressional Black Caucus Bullying Event sponsored by Sheila Jackson Lee. Dan produced the movie String Dreams and created the B.U.L.L.Y campaign (Be You Learn To Love Yourself), both of which he used while touring and connecting with local school students to end bullying. He has written one book, Tailored Dreams, and has been published as a contributor on several online platforms including the YouVersion Bible App.
Dan is a deeply spiritual person who has had a wide range of life experiences, including life threatening heart issues. He has used his own health as an opportunity to reflect on spirituality and mortality. He is driven to support those in the health care community — patients, families, and staff — from his own knowledge and experience.