Naisha Bradley serves as the Director of the Harvard College Women’s Center. Responsible for the leadership of the center, Naisha’s portfolio includes strategic development, operational management, financial planning, program development, and alumni relations. In addition, Bradley works collaboratively with center affiliated student groups to advise them on strengthening visibility and to assist them in the creation, implementation and evaluation of an array of programming that raises awareness of women’s issues and promotes gender equality.
Naisha has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Clark Atlanta University and a Master of Arts degree from Simmons College. Her fellowships include The Partnership Program (2013), a leadership development program and the National Council for Research on Women-Amex Fellowship, focused on developing women into nonprofit sector leaders. In her spare time, Naisha is an active community member, working on Mayor Menino’s ONEin3 Advisory Council (2013) and serving as a keynote speaker at the Boys and Girls Club and YWCA, sharing the importance of college to high school students and the importance of women’s leadership to college students respectively.