Josh Bradley was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Bradley has since lived in Arizona, Florida, and now New Mexico, where he is proud to call home. Shortly after high school in Arizona, Mr. Bradley moved to Florida where he volunteered at a local fire department. It was here where his passion for advocacy developed. In 1998, Mr. Bradley achieved his paramedic license – a career that would last over 15 years.
Mr. Bradley spent most of his paramedic career in underserved communities from the once-rural west Phoenix, Arizona suburbs, to the Gila River Indian Community just south of Phoenix, Arizona. It was an honor to serve in these communities and to help educate and advocate for the health of the people in these communities.
In 2007, Mr. Bradley moved to New Mexico and worked as a flight paramedic. Again, his focus was on rural areas, both in education and advocacy. While working as a flight paramedic, he took on many roles including: Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Representative, Base Educator, and interim New Mexico Educator. In these positions, Mr. Bradley learned the crucial interplay between medicine and law. As Mr. Bradley states, “a lightbulb came on,” and a passion for advocating for people’s legal rights was born.
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