Bradley is a leader in sustainable finance and the SDGs. He helped drive sustainable investment initiatives for the United Nations and served as the inaugural director of UNDP Global Centre on Tech, Innovation and Sustainability where he worked with start-ups and venture funds to scale sustainable technologies around the world.
Previously, he established the UN’s first venture incubator and impact fund. And founded the world’s first national SDG innovation lab, which then catalyzed a global network of 100+ innovation labs for the UN. He helped design the UN’s Joint SDG Fund.
He served as UN representative in Armenia, where he led a sensitive electoral assistance program on behalf of the international community paving the way for the country’s first free and fair elections, and was awarded the Medal of Honour.
In addition to his UN service, he worked for a global health foundation, and in banking and management consulting, and also co-founded a startup.
The California native holds a BA (honours) and a master’s degree in philosophy from Stanford University.