Brad Oliver

Brad Oliver – A CHCI Intern

Brad Oliver puts the client first and takes great pride in forging long-term relationships. To do so effectively, he always begins by getting to understand their needs and values before providing any solutions based on advice or expertise.

He has contributed his time and fundraising to both Syncope Trust and Pots (Syncope, Postural Tachycardia and Reflex Anoxic Seizures) charities as well as Great Ormond Street Hospital. When not fundraising he enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.

Early Life and Education

Oliver credits his success to hard work and dedication of both himself and his mother – a Salvadoran immigrant – who encouraged him to follow his dreams and make them come true. At CHCI he hopes to gain more insight into the legislative process and how elected officials affect communities; using that knowledge he plans on better advocating for his community and creating sustainable change for positive impactful results.

Brad Oliver has over 15 years of experience in education, having taught elementary, middle, and central office administration courses at each grade level. Additionally, he currently teaches graduate courses in educational leadership specializing in curriculum and instruction as a curriculum specialist for Indiana Professional Standards Advisory Board as well as being nationally certified by Cognia (formerly AdvancED).

Professional Career

Oliver has held various positions at several companies during his career. Since 2004, he has been licensed professional surveyor with ALTA/NSPS land title survey expertise as well as GPS control networks, aerial photo control, topographic surveys and construction staking/easement exhibit preparation experience.

Oliver is actively engaged in charitable efforts. Most notably, in 2018 he collaborated with British Domestic Appliance manufacturer Hotpoint on an anti-food waste initiative.

He graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Currently living in Oakville, Ontario with his wife Claire and their three children (Pax and Maddox plus one more on the way), Pax is practicing Hypnobirth – an alternative method to drug-induced birthing that uses breathing techniques, relaxation strategies, and visualization for childbirth.

Achievement and Honors

Oliver is an active member of Penn State’s Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI-PSU), serving as secretary. Additionally, he belongs to the student chapter of Society of Architectural Engineers and mentors many students in his engineering classes. Oliver was awarded various scholarships such as Hotpoint Scholarship by British domestic appliance manufacturer Hotpoint to open a cafe focusing on Fresh Thinking For Forgotten Food campaign.

He is a champion for reducing food waste.

Personal Life

Bradley Oliver has held several roles at Penn State, including Secretary for Earthquake Engineering Research Institute-PSU (EERI-PSU) and mentorship of Student Society of Architectural Engineers. Additionally, he has participated in intramural football and hockey.

He has appeared in various musicals, such as the original production of Oliver! on Broadway in 1974. Robin Ramsay played Fagin while Victor Stiles took on Oliver, with Maura K. Wedge playing Nancy, Joey Baio as Artful Dodger and Dodi Protero playing Mrs Bedwin amongst others playing parts. This production made use of original Sean Kenny sets.

Oliver attempts to befriend Dodger and Charley Bates, but when they steal from Mr. Brownlow and are pursued by Bill Sikes to Fagin’s den for pickpocketing lessons from Fagin, Oliver realizes stealing is wrong and informs Fagin of his desire to become a respectable individual (“Respectability”).

Net Worth

Oliver reportedly boasts an estimated net worth of $420 Million and owns properties and investments across London and elsewhere.

He is also the founder of Compare Your Footprint, a carbon accounting company. Emma provides senior global sales, consultancy and technology experience in addition to C++ application development skills for quantitative analysis and risk management as well as carbon accounting and greenhouse gas modelling expertise.

Before coming to OWM, Brad had been working with another advisor who focused on stocks and bonds. When he met OWM he was intrigued with their comprehensive financial planning capabilities – OWM reviewed his current situation, created income distribution strategies should he decide to sell his interest in the business within 5 or 10 years, and addressed asset protection issues.

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