Queshia Bradley

Specialist Master
Deloitte Consulting

Queshia Bradley is a Global Public Health and New Business Development leader with over 15 years of experience. She is an accomplished grant and proposal writer, effective capacity building/ training specialist, proficient researcher and strategic analyst. Her expertise lies in designing, and managing a diverse range of programs for international, national, and local NGOs. Queshia is a Founding Partner at Trailblazers 4 Global Health LLC, and a CDC Foundation consultant supporting the Arizona Department of Health Services’ COVID-19 response.

In her previous capacity, Queshia was the Manager of Program (Business) Development for an international health systems strengthening NGO where she implemented 4 organizational initiatives and partnerships in South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia. She previously worked as a Proposal Officer for an international maternal, newborn, child health NGO coordinating proposal management and submissions of projects in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. Queshia also served as a Community Health Outreach and Business Development Volunteer with Peace Corps Mozambique conducting monitoring and evaluation of a community-based HIV/AIDS prevention program; serving as National Coordinator of a youth empowerment program while there. She began her career as a Manager of Education Programs for a national NGO dedicated to advancing community health and well-being.

Queshia lends her expertise to numerous community organizations, whose missions range from adult workforce development, youth empowerment, immigration rights, supporting returning citizens, anti-war efforts, expanding political education in underserved African-American communities, to promoting international solidarity, and advancing the role of women of color working in peace and security fields. She holds a BBA in International Business and Marketing from Howard University.