Editor-in-Chief and Chief Content Officer, WORTH ACQUISITION GROUP
Richard Bradley is seasoned and respected editor and journalist, Bradley's career has always combined journalism and academia. During his undergraduate studies at Yale College, he was the executive editor of The New Journal magazine. After graduating, Bradley worked in Washington, D.C., first as a reporter-researcher for The New Republic, then as a staff writer and columnist for Regardie's magazine, a Washington monthly devoted to business and politics. Bradley returned to academia in 1989 and earned a master's degree from Harvard University in American history. He served as a teaching fellow for Harvard courses on the U.S. Constitution and 19th-Century American literature, among other subjects. Leaving Harvard in 1992, he moved to New York to take a job as one of the founding editors of George magazine. Starting in May 1995 as a senior editor, Bradley became the magazine's Washington affairs editor in 1997, and was then promoted to the position of executive editor in January 1999.In May 2002, Bradley published American Son, which generated tremendous national attention. In addition to his current role as Worth magazine’s Editor in Chief and Chief Content Officer Richard Bradley has authored articles for numerous publications, including: The New York Times, The Washington Post, Vanity Fair, George, The New Republic, Rolling Stone, Boston Magazine, Salon.com, The Washington Monthly, Worth, and Mother Jones. He has also written a column of media analysis for the website TomPaine.com.