Elizabeth Bradley, Ed.D.
Elizabeth Maess Bradley was born, raised and attended college and university in Western New York. She and her husband Archie have been married for 41 years and are the proud parents of Bridgette and Daniel. They have four wonderful grandchildren.
Elizabeth Bradley, Ed.D. was the Assistant Superintendent for Instruction of the Frontier Central School District in Hamburg, New York. In the 23 years Dr. Bradley was with the Frontier School District, there were significant gains in student achievement. Frontier was rated very highly by Business First newspaper and the University of Buffalo’s Study of Effective Schools. Dr. Bradley earned her doctorate at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Her work in curriculum and staff development and accountability models has been commended. She is currently the president and senior consultant of E J Bradley & Associates.
As consultant for school districts, her focus has been on creating cultures of accountability and respect. Dr. Bradley has experience handling complaints of employee misconduct, boundary-crossing behavior and sexual harassment. She has consulted and conducted training for over 40,000 educators for school districts across New York State, Massachusetts, and Arizona on the topics of creating a culture of respect, professional behavior, harassment prevention, and handling allegations of misconduct. Dr. Bradley was a featured speaker at New York State School Boards state conference. She served as the 2012 seminar presenter for Utica National Insurance on Preventing Misconduct and Dealing Effectively with Allegations. She has served as an expert witness in civil and employee discipline cases in New York, Indiana and Florida.
As a trainer in the private sector, she has received outstanding reviews from corporate managers and supervisors on the Leadership Skills and Effective Teams courses she developed and teaches. As a certified Franklin Covey 7 Habits and Trust Building trainer, Dr. Bradley has worked with educators, school boards and leadership teams. Dr. Bradley received the Distinguished Service Award from the New York State Health Educators Association, Administrator of the Year Award from the Western New York Women in Administration Group, the Path Finders Award from the New York State Women in Administration Association, and the Distinguished Dissertation Award from the National Association of Secondary School Principals and the Path Finders award from Business First News.