Senator David Bradley

Arizona State Senator David Bradley has been an Arizona resident for over 50 years. He was raised in Phoenix, attended high school in Tucson, and after earning his degrees while serving in the Navy, he returned to Tucson where he currently lives with his family. Dave was a member of the Arizona State Legislature from 2003 to 2011 serving District 28 in Tucson. He served on Health, Human Services, Banking and Insurance, Higher Education and various ad-hoc committees during his tenure. Currently he is serving his third term in the Arizona State Senate, serving on health, education and judiciary committees. He has received numerous awards for his advocacy of children and families during his legislative career and had the reputation for being a reasonable, thoughtful and articulate legislator who reaches across the aisle to work in the best interest of Arizona. Dave was the Chief Executive Officer of La Paloma Family Services, Inc., a nonprofit child welfare agency for over 18 years. He has been working in child welfare and mental health services for over 35 years, practicing as a licensed counselor and administrator throughout southern Arizona. He currently serves as the Chief Development Officer of La Frontera Arizona, in Tucson. He holds degrees in management, psychology and counseling and is often asked to speak to various groups about these topics as well as legislative issues confronting the State of Arizona.