Board of Directors
Edward Bradley, Jr. (GS-88, Theater) is a native of Fayetteville, North Carolina. He has a B.S. in Architectural Engineering from Tennessee State University and currently works as a Construction Manager in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2002, he started and currently runs his own independent brokerage firm, Nobility Capital Group in Atlanta, where he specializes in investment planning for pre-retired and retired educators in Alabama, Georgia, and North Carolina.
He is a member of Zoe City Church and works with various organizations in the community including the Christian Business Men’s Corporation, Youth Ambassador Mentor Programs, and he is the Education Director for the Down Syndrome Association Atlanta Chapter.
Edward’s philosophy is that “everyone deserves a chance to be heard, an opportunity to speak their truth, and to be understood”. He is always interested in working with others and believes that continual learning is continual growth. As iron sharpens iron, so does a person sharpen the countenance of their friends. He has been a mentor, leader, and teacher in the community since he started tutoring HOST students at the tender young age of 10 years old.