Neil Bradley joined the Conservative Reform Network as Chief Strategy Officer in March of 2015.
Prior to joining CRN, Bradley spent nearly 20 years working for conservatives in the House of Representatives, including almost 11 years working for the House Republican Leadership. Most recently, Bradley served as Deputy Chief of Staff for Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy where he was responsible for developing the legisaltive agenda for House Republicans, overseeing policy formulation in the Leader’s office, and coordinating committee activity in the House.
Bradley previously held the same position for Eric Cantor during his tenure as Majority Leader from January 2011 to July 2014. In addition, Bradley served as Policy Director for Mr. Cantor when Cantor served as the Republican Whip from 2009 to 2011 and Policy Director for four-and-half years for Mr. Cantor’s predecessor as Whip, Roy Blunt.
Prior to joining the Republican Leadership, Bradley served for four-and-half years as the Executive Director of the Republican Study Committee, the caucus of social and fiscal conservatives within the House. Bradley also held numerous positions in the office of then Representative Tom Coburn (R-OK).
While working on Capitol Hill, Bradley was regularly named to Roll Call’s list of fifty top Congressional staffers.
A graduate of Georgetown University, Neil resides in Washington, D.C. with his wife Kiki and their son Peter. He is a native of Sapulpa, Oklahoma.