Bradley Nadig was most recently a U.S. Army Armor Lieutenant Colonel with over two decades of service, which included a variety of command and staff roles. Through his multiple, worldwide assignments, formal education and extensive field experiences, Bradley has amassed a skill set equivalent to that of corporate senior level managers, with particular emphasis on team building, operational efficiency, developing robust, sustainable procedural and process capability, and leading effective, multinational cross-functional organizations that succeed in complex, undefined and time sensitive environments. Moreover, Bradley can work across all organizational functions with personnel in operations, maintenance, engineering, training, treasury/financial, logistics and materiel resourcing.
An eager and continuous learner; hardworking and a fervent advocate of operational excellence, Bradley has decided to deploy his prodigious skills and leverage his experiences with a civilian, value-centered corporation interested in achieving a performance step change.
Some examples of his track record include the following: Principal leader of a foreign military advising organization, orchestrating and supervising all components of an interagency training program between U.S. Combat Forces, Iraqi Military and indigenous police; Chief Administrator of a 4,500-person organization, overseeing a $50 million budget that supported worldwide military operations for six subordinate organizations, ensuring logistical and operational resources met critical readiness rates; and Executive Officer for a 750-person organization responsible for the development, training, planning, and supervision of all contingency and combat operations while synchronizing with other multinationals to achieve strategic goals and objectives in Korea.
Mentor: Chuck Rutledge, Mansfield, Louisiana, International Paper