As Director of Development, Brad works to identify and pursue revenue-generating strategies that deepen APMG’s relevancy with current and prospective donors and reinforce its stronghold as a leader in public media.
Prior to this role, Brad held leadership roles and positions in National Classical Programs at APMG since joining in 2001. He was instrumental in APMG’s efforts to diversify its programming and connecting audiences with experiences that surprise and delight them. His portfolio includes: The live American broadcasts of Last Night of the BBC Proms, The Minnesota Orchestra from Havana, Cuba, and Soweto, South Africa, and winning both a Gabriel Award and NY Radio Festival Award. Throughout his roles, Brad has driven collaboration to operationalize strategies across APMG.
He previously served on the board of directors for The Twin Cities American Guild for Organists, a community of musicians who provide knowledge and inspire passion for the organ. He also served on the Board of Directors for the Copper Street Brass Quintet.
Brad received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota and a master’s degree in Music from Westminster Choir College. He is a classically trained pianist/organist.