Samuel Bradley

Samuel is an expert in community relations and fundraising. Prior to joining the Office of Institutional Advancement at Loyola, Samuel earned a master’s degree in social work and bachelor’s degree in music and psychology. Mr. Bradley has presented in numerous community mental health clinics, drug courts, national conferences and universities on the topic of diversity and inclusion. 

In 2012, Samuel completed the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship using music and art as a vehicle for self- introspection and personal development with teens enrolled in a college access program. In other projects, Samuel has partnered with a myriad of New Orleans community projects, the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, and the Louisiana Forum for Equality.