Gregory Bradley is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service of NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
Gregory Bradley is Principal of Bradley Consulting & Training a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) company that provides human resources best practices consulting, diversity, equity and inclusion management services, leadership and human capital development training.
Greg has over 26 years of experience in human resources management, training and development, employee relations, labor relations, diversity management, conflict resolution, workplace mediation and business ethics training.
Mr. Bradley began his career in public service as a legal assistant/assistant district attorney in Kings County (Brooklyn). After working in the prosecutor’s office, Greg transitioned to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), the largest transportation agency in North America. Greg held several managerial and leadership positions at the MTA. Mr. Bradley worked as a hearing officer in the Office of Labor Relations handling disciplinary and contract interpretation grievances involving TWU Local 100. He subsequently moved into the Department of Buses where he worked as a Manager of Employee Relations handling workplace investigations and employee rights violations. After working at NYCT, Mr. Bradley became the Director of Workforce Diversity at MTA Metro-North Railroad, the second largest commuter railroad in the nation. Reporting directly to the President, he was responsible for the company’s EEO and Diversity policy and training initiatives. Mr. Bradley also served as the Vice President of Human Resources for fourteen years where he was responsible for the company’s technical and managerial training and development initiatives, human resources administration and occupational health management functions.
Mr. Bradley also has a long teaching career. He served on the faculty at York College – CUNY as an adjunct assistant professor where he taught courses in managerial leadership, labor relations and collective bargaining and business law. Mr. Bradley also taught at New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) as an adjunct associate professor for 25 years where he received the prestigious NYU Award for Teaching Excellence. Mr. Bradley also served on the faculty at the Institute for Transportation Systems at John Jay College (CUNY), the Harry Van Arsdale School of Labor Studies at Empire State College (SUNY) and has written several articles on various workplace topics.
Mr. Bradley is also a frequent presenter and speaker at national conferences around the nation. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and the Association for Training and Development (ATD). He has also been featured in Who’s Who in American Law.
Mr. Bradley received his Juris Doctor from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University where he served as the Articles Editor of the Thurgood Marshall Law Review and his Bachelor of Arts from Long Island University – Brooklyn Center.