Dr. Bradarich has been an educator for 16 years and has served in various roles from teacher to curriculum administration and assistant principal. She began her career in education in the Chicago area as a middle school English language arts and reading teacher. During the nine years of her tenure in a St. Louis area middle school she served as department chair, peer assessment leader, quality instructional leader, professional learning communities coach, reading specialist, and literacy coach. In 2011, while serving on the board of directors of the International Mind, Brain, and Education Society, she was recruited to Houston to join The Monarch School and Institute for individuals with neurological differences to direct curriculum and instruction. In 2016, Dr. Bradarich joined HISD as assistant principal at Furr High School. Dr. Bradarich earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from UCLA, her master’s in teaching from National-Louis University, her Ph.D. in teaching and learning from the University of Missouri, St. Louis, and completed her principal certification with the Harris County Department of Education.