Bernita Bradley is a social entrepreneur who advocates for and with families in Detroit, Michigan. She is the founder of The Village, an outreach and recruitment company which ensures that future outcomes for children are prioritized within community, philanthropic and education environments. In 2020 Bernita founded Engaged Detroit, a Homeschool Co-op to support parents on their journey of becoming their child's teacher.
Bernita understands that successful community partnerships are authentic and must be built on fidelity. She serves as Director of Parent Voice with The National Parents Union, and assures that youth and parent voices are present at every change making table.
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