have watched brad's career, since after we served in Vietnam. the trouble is, he has not had the right chance to show how funny he can be...was a riot at school in Indiana. would love to make contact after all these years. mark stringer, Utah
we attended DINFOS, and had the hots for the same girl...one of the group who adopted us as bachelor army guys attending the journalism/broadcasting course.
Brad was a good friend, and a very funny guy back then. mark stringer, alpine, Utah 84004
Currently VP Operations and general counsel for medium sized art publishing company with four retail galleries in Utah: responsibilities include lease drafting and negotiation, collections, marketing, design and reconstruction of art galleries, product development, customer relations, and custom framing of art. Hands-on management of building and remodeling of retail galleries.
Currently remodeling and expanding physical facilities on the largest ranch in the Uintah Basin; developing alternative fuel sources; and assisting in development of recreation projects and housing. Private law practice in Utah for 13 years, focusing on family law, business transactions and civil litigation.
9 years as Judge Pro Tem in the Utah District Courts, by appointment of the Supreme Court.
9 Years as a Utah State Guardian Ad Litem for four counties, representing the legal interests of abused and neglected children. Managed a case load of over four hundred families. Organized, created and taught the training seminars for CASA Volunteers in four counties. Co-Founder of alternative dispute resolution firm; and member of the steering committee to establish divorce mediation in the Fourth District Courts in Utah.
General counsel and active management for several medium sized manufacturing, marketing, and design companies: contract drafting and review, problem resolution, human resources procedures, financing, risk management, marketing, staffing field offices, hiring subcontractors, and product development..
Senior Contract Administrator and CEO for several international marketing and project development companies: lived and worked in England, Germany, China, and Nigeria; United States business experience in New York, Houston, Boston and San Francisco. Hands on management of trade negotiations, shipping, purchasing, project management, recruiting, contract administration and international financing transactions.
Adjunct professor of family law at Brigham Young University law school. Created and taught the Family Law Practicum.
Instructor, Bakersfield College, horticulture, business law and organizations; created curriculum and taught.
Instructor/advisor for the Federal Small Business Administration in the areas of business organizations and formation.
Extensive experience in painting and redecorating and remodeling.
JD, Brigham Young University, 1979; Director Moot Court honors program.
BS, Applied Sociology (minor in music), Brigham Young University, 1976. Cum Laude Honors.
Rio Hondo Jr. College, 1973; Biological Sciences, 4.0 GPA
Graduate level Physics, Cal State Fullerton, 1975. 4.0 GPA
Alternative Dispute Resolution, certification, extensive training and practicum.
Defense Information School, 1968. Honor Graduate: public relations, photography, graphic arts, journalism.
Child Advocate of the Year, Utah County.
Utah State Governor's Task Force on Juvenile and Criminal Justice.
Juvenile Court Judge Pro Tem
United States Army: Germany 1968-69; Vietnam 1969-70 and 1970-71
Bronze Star, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with 4 battle stars, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palm, Vietnam Heroism in a Civil Action 2d Class; Expert rifle
Vocal music, musical theater
Photography and graphic arts
Woodworking, framing; design and construction; painting and decorating
Teaching, writing and speaking