WHYY Board of Directors Welcomes Steven Scott Bradley

PHILADELPHIA, July 31, 2014 —Steven Scott Bradley been elected to the Board of Directors of WHYY, Greater Philadelphia’s leading public media provider.

“I am thrilled to welcome Steven to WHYY’s Board of Directors,” said Frederick Sutherland, chairman of the board. “His extensive experience in risk assessment for nonprofit and government organizations will no doubt be of great value in navigating WHYY to a successful future.”

Sharon Hill, PA resident Steven Scott Bradley is the president and CEO of Bradley & Bradley Associates, Inc., a Philadelphia-based specialty insurance broker of commercial property and casualty and risk management services, addressing the insurance needs of nonprofits, charter schools, quasi-government and healthcare organizations and the small business community. Founded in 2001, Bradley & Bradley assists with designing programs for loss control and risk management, including review and analysis.

Bradley has been in the insurance industry since 1981 and has served organizations throughout Pennsylvania for over 30 years. His comprehensive insurance knowledge, relationships in the social and civic community and diversified underwriting, marketing, sales, risk management and claims experience have proven to be a competitive advantage for Bradley & Bradley Associates, as well as the many nonprofit community organizations he advises.

Bradley serves as Chairman of the Board for the African American Chamber of Commerce; PA, NJ, DE Chairman of the First African Baptist Church Trustees Ministry and as an Advisory Member of the Urban Affairs Coalition Strategic Planning Committee. He holds a B.A. in Mathematics/Economics from Fisk University.

For nearly 60 years, WHYY has been Greater Philadelphia’s leading public media provider, serving southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and all of Delaware. WHYY takes pride in bringing audiences news when they need it, entertainment when they want it and education when it counts- on television, radio, the Web and in the community. For more information, visit WHYY.org.