Trustee Brady Bevis
Brady Bevis practiced law in Marin County for more than 10 years, having done most of her undergraduate work in community colleges while raising five children. She served on numerous Boards over the years, including Exodus residential treatment centers for autistic children, CenterPoint drug and alcohol treatment programs, CA State Assoc. of Counties, Assoc. of Bay Area Govts., CA Elected Women’s Assoc. for Education & Research, Marin County Open Space District, Marin Civic Light Opera, Co-Chair CA Council on Partnerships, Commission on Homelessness, and many others. Brady was elected to the Marin County Board of Supervisors in 1990.
Brady was later recruited by the Bay Area Economic Forum to create the first regional public-private partnership in multimedia, the Bay Area Multimedia Partnership (BAMP). This resulted in 4 books and a website linking community college instructors directly to industry leaders. Thereafter, as a Workforce Development Consultant, she worked with community colleges state-wide, with other industry clusters, for the State Employment Development Department and U.S. Dept of Labor.
Among other awards and distinctions, Brady was named Marin’s Peacemaker of the Year and received tributes for Outstanding Achievement that were read into the U.S. Congressional Record, and both the CA State Assembly and the State Senate Records.