Jennifer Bradley is a fellow at the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program where she examines the critical role of metropolitan areas in the country’s economy, society, and politics. A former attorney, she co-authored Supreme Court briefs that affirmed the constitutional powers of local governments. She has also written for numerous magazines. Bradley is a graduate of the University of Texas, Oxford University, which she attended as a Rhodes Scholar, and the Georgetown University Law Center.
Learning to Lead Through Networks
- Learn how the Fund for Our Economic Future is bringing digital-age manufacturing to formerly industrial Northeast Ohio.
- Read why the 21st-century global economy makes regional networking and collaboration necessary for strong and healthy metro areas.
- Find out why the age of the lone economic genius is over.
How Metro Regions Can Win Friends and Influence Economies
- Learn why the changing global economy has revived some metropolitan regions while leaving others flailing.
- Read expert analysis of the policies and practices that are transforming cities for the better.
- Explore how effective leaders are using new media and networks to achieve their goals.