Terry Bradley, Ed.D., School Business Consulting
Terry Bradley is the former Superintendent for the Clovis Unified School District. Upon his retirement from the District on June 30, 2009, Dr. Bradley worked as Vice President of School Innovation & Advocacy until starting School Business Consulting July 1, 2010.
Prior to his appointment as Clovis Unified Superintendent in July 2002, he served as the district's chief business official for 26 years.
Dr. Bradley has held leadership positions in several professional organizations, including the Association of School Business Officials, the California Association of School Business Officials, Californians for Schools, Association of California School Administrators, and the Coalition of Adequate School Housing. He has served as Chair of Californians for Schools and of the Coalition of Adequate School Housing, and currently serves as a member of both their Board of Directors. In addition, Dr. Bradley is active in the California Association of School Business Officials' mentoring program, where he helps develop leadership and professional skills in future school business officers.
Under his leadership, Clovis Unified undertook one of the most aggressive bond and facilities campaign, resulting in more than $1 billion invested in the District's school facilities since 1986. Clovis Unified has passed more facilities bonds than any other school district in the State since 1986, and received one of the highest sums of State matching funds to maximize local resources to benefit students.
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