Bradley named to HPA Board
Scott Bradley has been appointed to the board of trustees at Hawaii Preparatory Academy, announced Chairman Gregory R. Mooers.
Bradley is president of Bradley Properties Ltd. and co-managing director of RT, LLC Investment Co. Bradley previously was co-managing director of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties. During the years he led CB Pacific Properties, the family of real estate services companies expanded to include Pacific Access Mortgage, Pacific Access Title and Escrow, and Coldwell Banker Commercial Properties. Realogy Corporation bought CB Pacific Properties in 2005.
Bradley has been active in community and professional organizations. He is past chairman of the Hawaii Community Development Agency and has served as chairman of the Young Presidents Organization, vice president of the National Association of Realtors, director of The Hawaii Historic Foundation, American Red Cross-Hawaii, Diamond Head Theatre, Hawaii Historical Society and Hawaii Business Round Table. He is past president and past director of the Honolulu Board of Realtors, the Hawaii Association of Realtors.
Bradley, who earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Claremont McKenna College, has received numerous awards and recognition, including the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year, PBN 40 under 40, and Realtor of the Year from the Honolulu Board of Realtors and the Hawaii Association of Realtors.
Bradley, who is based on Oahu, is a current parent and an alumnus of the school.
Other members of the board are Laurie Ainslie, Dr. Michael Chun, Putman D. Clark, Michael Fujimoto, Allison Gendreau, Will Hancock, Nona Hasegawa, Charles King, Duncan MacNaughton, Jake Mizuno, David Pratt, William Pratt, Robert L. Reed, Michael Spalding, Hannah Kihalani Springer, Donna Tanoue, Dr. Peter Vitousek, Roy Vitousek III and Harry M. von Holt.
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