Vincent G. Bradley, Jr.
Vincent G. Bradley, Jr. is the former President and CEO of Bradley Associates Consultants. He had been actively involved in not-for-profit organizations for more than 30 years. During his career, he spent more than 50% of his time in fundraising for these organizations and has been responsible for raising over $2 billion and supervising campaigns to raise hundreds of millions of dollars more for civil, educational, youth and other non-profit organizations.
As the former Executive Vice President for Eastfield Ming Quong Foundation in San Jose, CA. he merged three foundations into one. As the vice President of Development for Daniel Freeman Hospital, he was responsible for the Hospital’s development, community and public relations, marketing and long range planning. He supervised a staff who over a three year period raised nearly $15 million for capital projects. He also aided in the establishment of the Hospital’s Foundation.
Most of Mr. Bradley’s early professional career was spent with the Boy Scouts of America where he served in many capacities including director of Financial Operations in the Western United States. He was responsible for raising $12 million for the national organization and supervised and assisted local councils in major fundraising projects.
Over the years Mr. Bradley has been active in a number of professional organizations including:
- American Academy of Medical Administrators where he was a Fellow and a Diplomat
- Association of Fundraising Professionals where he was a Past National Board Member
- Association of Hospital Philanthropy where he is a current member
- Marine Memorial Club and The Silicon Valley Capital Club member
- American Legion Building Company Board member
Mr. Bradley is well known as a speaker throughout North America and has had many articles published in professional publications. He attended St. Fidelis College and Duquesne University, served as an adjunct professor at California State Northridge and the University of Southern California teaching non-profit management. He was named the Professional of the Year by both the Silicon Valley Chapter and Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the Fundraising Professionals.
Mr. Bradley has four grown children and maintains a residence in San Jose, California with his wife Nancy. He is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is retired from the United States Marine Corps. In addition to golf, his hobbies include restoring antique telephones and aviation. He is also a licensed pilot.