David Bradley is a senior director in the Policy & Advocacy practice at JFF. He works with policy leaders and practitioners to identify workforce development best practices.
His responsibilities include designing and planning activities of the Congressional Staff Network and the Executive Branch Network to connect workforce development policy leaders and practitioners with federal policymakers.
His skills and areas of expertise include:
- Federal workforce development policy
- Work-based learning
- Labor standards
- U.S. Department of Labor appropriations
Before joining JFF, Bradley was a specialist in labor economics at the Congressional Research Service, where he focused on labor issues, including federal workforce development policies.
- Bachelor’s degree in political science and sociology, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia
- PhD in political science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill