Susan Bradley has over 45 years of experience in the field of special education in working with students, families, faculty, administrators, and agencies in Maryland, Ohio, Texas, California, and New Hampshire. Her range of experience includes teaching students with hearing impairments, specific learning disabilities, and communication disorders from preschool age children to young adults.
Susan served as a Co-Project Manager from 2011-2019 for a Nellie Mae Education Foundation Grant awarded to the Pittsfield School District in Pittsfield, New Hampshire with a focus of transforming a traditional learning environment to a student-centered, personalized learning environment for all students.
Susan has worked in the Pittsfield School District, Pittsfield, New Hampshire for the past 29 years. Currently, she serves as the Out of District Coordinator for the Pittsfield School District In addition, she is co-lead faculty at Granite State College for the Special Education Advanced Endorsement Program, as well as a Field Placement Faculty for teacher candidates seeking certification in elementary education, general special education, and early childhood special education.
Susan is a senior consultant for The Bryan Group, a consulting firm that provides career coaching services, facilitation of a school district’s search for superintendents and administrators, and outplacement and transitioning services.
Susan holds a B.S. degree in Communication Disorders from Northwestern University and a M.Ed. degree in special education from the University of Pittsburgh. She was named Teacher of the Year at Glen Yermo Elementary School, Saddleback Valley Unified School District Mission Viejo, California and Orange County Teacher of the Year, as well as Nominee for Teacher of the Year for the State of California in 1992. She was named New Hampshire Special Education Teacher of the Year 2006-2007.