Katherine Brittain Bradley is the founder and chair of CityBridge, an education-focused not-for-profit based in Washington, DC. CityBridge makes early-stage investments in education sector entrepreneurs and helps bring their best ideas to market.
Katherine serves as chair of the KIPP Foundation, the nation’s largest operator of public charter schools, serving more than 113,000 students, the majority of whom are low-income students of color. She is also a board member for the National Geographic Society, the DC College Access Program, and Princeton University from which she graduated in 1986. She and her husband David Bradley live in Washington DC and have three adult sons.
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