Bradley has over 7 years experience of supporting young people in a number of capacities with complex needs. After 8 years working in the banking and finance sector he changed career in 2010 in order to pursue opportunities working with young people.
“Having grown up in a community where there was little opportunity and faced with depravation I was able to carve out a successful career for myself. I now want to be able to pass on my knowledge and experiences of life to less advantaged young people in order to make a positive difference in their life. I have never looked back since.”
Bradley’s resettlement experience with supporting young people released from custody back into work and education has been of particular asset towards the work of Wipers Youth. As an accomplished workshop facilitator promoting life skills and independence Bradley continues to lead Wipers Youth in developing relationships with our strategic partners.