In her role as Chair of the NAACP San Diego Branch Health Committee Bradley leads a team of local health professionals to execute programming that (1) work(s) to promote, protect and maintain the health of African Americans; (2) assess the health needs of the community, (3) advocate(s) for equal access to health education, care, treatment and research for all Americans; (4) sponsor(s) health-related activities such as health forums, fairs, and workshops highlighting issues of importance to people of color; and (5) support health initiatives of the Association.
Moriah Bradley is a native San Diegan and attended High Tech High International (HTHI) in Point Loma. As a teenager at HTHI, Moriah’s interest in social justice was ignited when an opportunity to volunteer with San Diego Teen Court was presented. She served as Presiding Juror hearing the cases of teens, often times at-risk youth, and providing restorative justice for those first time offenders. Moriah went on to intern at the San Diego County Public Defender Office and has been passionate about law, politics and social causes ever since. Bradley has worked for numerous local political campaigns including city council, district attorney, and congressional districts. She enjoys engaging hearts and minds around social welfare initiatives including serving hot meals to fellow San Diegans in downtown. Moriah serves as Vice Moderator for the Southern Association Southern California Nevada Conference of the United Church of Christ and volunteers as Managing Site Director for one of the San Diego Food Bank’s Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) sites. As Miss Black America, San Diego, 2018-2019 Bradley represents a local platform of “Whole Wellness” and our team is available for Wellness and Diversity/Inclusion trainings at your local school or business.
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