AAS, Network Administration, McLennan Community College
BAT, Computer Information Systems, University of Texas at Brownsville
Bradley began working at Baylor University in 2017 as an Academic Consultant in Learning Space Technology. Bradley is the lead for deploying student-facing Dell PC's in computer labs and public computing spaces across campus. He also provides server administration and hardware support for PawPrints, the University's student printing system, and manages the licensing and provides installation support for various pieces of academic software licensed by Learning Spaces and provided for faculty/staff and student use. Additionally he provides consulting for departments in support of their Windows-based computer labs, and end-user support. Prior to coming to Baylor, Bradley worked in K-12 education in the district-level technology department.
Outside of Baylor, Bradley is an avid photographer, model railroader and railroad historian. He volunteers with the Austin Steam Train Association as a certified Conductor. He is a member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Waco, where he is active on the property committee, and serves as usher and worship assistant.