Brad has diverse experience in public affairs, which encompasses policy analysis, grant management, and government relations. Most recently, before joining the Office of Future of Work, Brad served as a regional liaison with the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment's (CDLE) Workforce Development Programs office functioning as a team lead for program monitoring and technical assistance activities for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity (WIOA) programs and several discretionary grants. Prior to joining CDLE, Brad was a senior analyst at Maher & Maher (an affiliate of the American Institutes for Research), where he assisted the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration provide technical assistance to state agencies expanding apprenticeship, and trained local workforce development professionals in the use of the Human-Centered Design. He began his work in workforce development as a government relations associate for the Pennsylvania Workforce Development Association, where he worked as a liaison between the local workforce development system and state and federal agencies. He has a Master of Public Administration from Penn State University and a BA degree in Anthropology from Dickinson College.