Most people can't say they had their student pilot's license and were taking flying lessons before getting their driver's license, but Bradford can!

Bradford received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Brigham Young University – Idaho in 2012. The following year, he received his Master of Accountancy in Taxation from the University of Idaho. Prior to joining ATKG in 2020, Bradford spent 7 years in public accounting for mid-sized firms in Texas and California, working primarily in the oil & gas industries.

Bradford is community-minded having served on the Board of Directors for CalCPA’s-Central Coast Chapter and as Treasurer for the San Luis Obispo County Historical Society. Although he has found his way into the world of accounting, there was a time when he wanted to be an airline pilot. In fact, he received his student pilot’s license and was taking flying lessons before he even had his driver’s license.

When Bradford is ready to take a step back and recharge, you can find him traveling to new places, hiking, or enjoying his passion for photography. A fun fact is that he lived in Panama for 2 years. When asked what his perfect vacation would be, he quickly responded to Portugal. In his opinion, the country is very underrated. Bradford is certain once you see its breathtaking cities and beaches you will definitely agree.

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Bradford looks for consensus. He doesn’t enjoy conflict; rather, he seeks areas of agreement.


Bradford is keenly aware of the need to treat people the same. He craves stable routines and clear rules and procedures that everyone can follow.


Bradford can sense other people’s feelings by imagining himself in others’ lives or situations.


Bradford has a deep sense of dedication and feels ownership for his commitments. He is a person of his word, and others know they can trust and rely on him.


Bradford recognizes and cultivates the potential in others. He spots the signs of each small improvement and derives satisfaction from evidence of progress.