Bradley AaronBrad teaching a photography class in rural Kham

Bradley is currently serving as Associate Director of the University of Virginia Tibet Center. Over the course of a decade, Bradley has studied and worked in service of communities on the Tibetan plateau. Formerly a PhD student studying the history of Tibetan religious traditions at the University of Chicago, Bradley is now working to manage programs related to cultural preservation, digital technology, and education on the Tibetan plateau and in Bhutan such as the  UVa study abroad programs in Tibet, and the Bhutan Oral Traditions project.

Education

AM, University of Chicago, Religious Studies
BA, Hendrix College, International Relations & Spanish Literature