Ms. Bradley has 20+ years of experience in disability, disability access, and leadership. She developed a disability compliance program for Sutter Health, a California comprehensive not-for profit healthcare system. Key elements included: training thirty care-level ADA Coordinators on all aspects of disability access; accessible medical equipment surveys, standards, and purchasing; collaborating with the web team on the disability access responsibilities and implementation into on-going operations; consulting with the facilities, construction, and plant operations professionals on disability access requirements in the physical environment. Ms. Bradley served as a member of the Access Board’s Medical Diagnostic Equipment Advisory Committee responsible for recommendations on national standards for medical equipment accessibility. She served as the ADA Coordinator for the City of Sacramento, and ran several non-profit organizations providing services to people with disabilities. She also spent a number of years in leadership of CIL and other non-profit agencies and an appointee to the State Independent Living Councils in both Indiana and California. She has trained on a variety of topics over her career including all aspects of disability access under Titles I, II and III of the ADA.