Tashia L. Bradley
Director, Black Cultural Center
Director, New College of Florida Diversity, Gender and Leadership Educational Programs
Director, Millikin University Office of Multicultural Affairs and International Student Services
Program Assistant, University of Kansas Office of Minority Affairs/Multicultural Resource Center
Social Studies Educator- Carver Middle School
Office Hours: By appointment
At Berea College since 2005
- B.A. in History with Teacher Certification, Florida A&M University,
- M.S. in Higher Education Administration, University of Kansas,
- Ph.D. History and Philosophy of Education, The Florida State University,
Dr. Tashia L. Bradley was born in Orlando, FL. She most recently lived in Sarasota, FL were she has been very involved in the Sarasota/Bradenton community through volunteer efforts with Wings Academy Charter School, Y Achievers, Sarasota County Branch NAACP Leadership Academy, and the Grassroots Leadership Initiative. In addition Ms. Bradley has served in various other professional capacities such as the Project Director for the SUCCESS/PUSH Careers program, FSU Service Learning Field Co-Coordinator, and currently as the Co-Director of the Looking for Angola Project. Other Leadership roles have included serving as 1st Vice President of the Sarasota County Branch NAACP, Member of United Way of Sarasota County Boards of Directors, Success by 6 Leadership Council, and Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University of Sarasota County. In addition Ms. Bradley has participated in several community leader development programs.
Dr. Bradley is a skilled facilitator who has led a variety of seminars, trainings and workshops on topics of leadership, diversity, college preparation, interracial/intercultural understanding and gender. Some presentation titles have included Hoodwinked and Bamboozled: Minority Images on Campus, Creating a Place at the Table, Women in Leadership and Black Normal School and the Rural Teaching Supply. Her current research areas explore the various experiences of Blacks in Education with special focus on Black institutions of higher education (HBCUs).