Dr. Wanda Conway Bradley, originally from the beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast, has been in the education field for twenty- five years, nineteen of which have been in administration. She started her career as a paraprofessional and after earning her second degree, she became a teacher at Gorenflo Elementary in Biloxi, Mississippi. Dr. Bradley’s administrative career began as assistant principal at North Bay Elementary, Biloxi, MS. After serving as an assistant principal for 3 ½ years. She then became principal of Gaston Point Elementary in Gulfport, MS, where she remained until she joined the Department of Defense Education Activity, Kentucky District in 2009. During Dr. Bradley’s tenure at Fort Knox she served as principal of Pierce Elementary and Scott Middle schools. She joined the Korea District’s team in 2013 as principal of Casey Elementary/Middle School, then became the principal of Seoul American Middle School. Dr. Bradley joined the Osan team at Osan Elementary for SY 18-19.
In 1990 Dr. Bradley graduated from Tougaloo College with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Accounting. She went on to earn Bachelor's and Master’s degrees in Elementary Education from the University of Southern Mississippi. She has also earned a Specialist and a Doctorate in Psychology and Educational Leadership from the University of Southern Mississippi.
It is Dr. Bradley’s philosophy that in order for students to experience true learning they have to first believe that they are valued and experience a sense of belonging. Treat everyone with respect and always be firm, fair, and consistent. She strives to promote a safe, positive, authentic and engaging learning environment for every child.
Dr. Bradley is active in various community service and professional organizations. She was selected and participated in DoDEA’s Leadership Institute and is a founding fellow of the University of Southern Mississippi’s Center for School Leadership. She is the proud parent of two amazing children, Krista and Myles.
Ms. Anderson is a native of Portsmouth, Virginia. She earned her B.S. in Criminal Justice and M.A. in Teaching from the University of Louisville, in Louisville, KY and went on to earn a Post-Masters Certification in Educational Administration from Tarleton State University in Stephenville, TX.
Ms. Anderson brings over 10 years of experience in education to the DoDEA Pacific East District including leadership in elementary, middle, and adult education. Ms. Anderson has served as department chair, team leader, and as an active member of the Site Based Decision Making Team, School Improvement Team, and Campus Needs Assessment Team.
Prior to joining DoDEA, Ms. Anderson served as a Quality Review and Training Specialist for the Department of Veterans Affairs and an Education Specialist for the Bureau of Prisons. During her time with the Veterans Affairs, Ms. Anderson developed, streamlined and facilitated training and professional development for field examiners assigned to the Midwest and Southern regions of the United States.
Ms. Anderson is a military veteran with nearly a decade of Federal Law Enforcement experience with the U.S. Army and the Department of Homeland Security. Early in her career, she had the honor of serving as the D.A.R.E. Officer for the Brussels American School in Brussels, Belgium, planting the seed for her return to the DoDEA family.
Ms. Anderson has served the CFAY community as a classroom teacher at The Sullivans School for the last 2 years and is proud to continue to serve in her new role as Assistant Principal at Osan Middle High School.