Lead-learner, culture-builder, program-innovator, content-creator, design-thinker, project-manager

Brady has been an international educator for 20 years. He has taught in eight countries in a variety of leadership and teaching positions at leading IB and American schools. He believes in building school culture first and engaging stakeholders in a student-centered vision for positive change.

Brady currently serves as Assistant Head of Elementary for an international school of nearly 3000.  His recent work includes implementating a school-wide student welfare monitoring program; developing a digital citizenship program, leading standards-based learning and reporting reforms, and designing a high school capstone program focused on developing student identity.

Brady holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership. His dissertation was a quantitative study examining the influence of working relationships on self-efficacy in school leaders. Before becoming an educator, Brady worked in technical sales and project management for a dot-com in southern California.

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Brady began learning through technology at an early age. By the time he entered university, he was using his Mac to compose and record music, build simple websites, and design with professional desktop publishing and graphics tools.  After university, he began working for an internet company in California during the dot-com era. There, he quickly rose from web-designer to project manager assisting with international technical sales.

In 1999, he took what was meant to be just a short break. He moved to Honduras to teach 6th grade at the suggestion of a friend. His personal laptop was the only one in the elementary school, and he immediately began putting it to use in his classroom. Within a few months, he was collaborating with the head of school on a new website and database project. By the end of the year, Brady was hooked on teaching and decided to return to California to earn a teaching qualification and masters in education.


Doctorate in Educational Leadership
Lamar University, 2019

Graduate certificate in School Administration and Supervision
Johns Hopkins University, 2010
In collaboration with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)

Master of Education
University of La Verne, 2009

Special Emphasis in Advanced Teaching

California Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
University of La Verne, 2001

Cross-cultural, Language & Academic Development Emphasis

Bachelor of Science
John Brown University, 1996

Major in Psychology; Minor in Journalism