John A. Bradley
John A. Bradley
"A management consultant with a diverse international practice, Mr. Bradley has counseled and advised a broad spectrum of public and private organizations, including industrial and service corporations, national governments and agencies, operating and private foundations and trusts, and public and private joint ventures. Having completed his graduate studies at Columbia (TS) and Yale, Mr. Bradley was the recipient of a Lilly Endowment and Carnegie Grant from the Commission on Higher Education and completed an eighteen-month lecture trip to 106 graduate schools of philosophy and theology throughout the country. While a principal in Wallace Clark & Company, one of America's oldest, established firms, he and a group of senior professionals organized Atwater Bradley & Partners (Management Consultants) to provide consulting services worldwide to business, philanthropic institutions, and governments. From 1960 through 1985, Mr. Bradley guided the Atwater Bradley Consulting Group through more than 1500 assignments around the world and was Managing Partner and Principal in the firm's major engagements. Since 1985, he has continued to consult for clients with a primary focus on strategic planning. In 1991, Mr. Bradley was appointed to an international arbitration tribunal at The Hague, deciding multinational disputes for final adjudication." 
He is on the executive committee of the Virtue Foundation.
- Virtue Foundation, "John A. Bradley", accessed December 2006.