Katherine Brittain Bradley is the president of CityBridge Foundation, a nonprofit enterprise located in Washington, D.C. She co-founded CityBridge in 1994 with her husband, entrepreneur and magazine publisher David G. Bradley. The Foundation works to build a citywide system of high-performing public schools in Washington, D.C. CityBridge's signature projects include the Early Years Education Initiative (2006-2011), the Education Innovation Fellowship, and Breakthrough Schools: D.C., a design competition for educators. Katherine serves as a board member for the KIPP Foundation, Princeton University, the Teach for America D.C. Region, and the DC College Access Program. In the winter of 2010-2011, she co-chaired Mayor Vincent C.
Gray’s education transition team. Katherine graduated in 1986 from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and she and her husband have three sons.
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