Not driven by money, rather the number of lives he can positively impact...those lives now number in the hundreds of thousands if not millions.
Dr. Cook is a “quadruple threat” having launched successful for-profit, non-profit, educational, and government ventures.
He definitely surprised his school teachers. Due to his disabilities they didn’t expect him to graduate high school, much less become a doctor of education, best selling author, entrepreneur, change maker, and innovator.
His significant work, writings, and impact have been covered by:
-Beverly Hills Courier
-Times of Israel
-My Jewish Learning
-Atlanta Jewish Times
He has also been featured in nightly news segments on NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, and FOX News for his social activism and combating racial injustices
Dr. Cook attributes his success to his life-long perseverance as an underdog-resiliance. Being an individual with disabilities, he was not expected to graduate from high school or college. Now with his doctorate in education, he serves as a bridge builder and Jewish innovator. He dedicates his life to repairing social and religious injustices in the world, building inclusive communities, serving those with disabilities, empowering and advancing those who are disconnected, underserved, or unjustly relegated to the fringes of normative society, and engaging individuals with the beauty of Jewish wisdom and community.
Bradley is the co-founder and executive director of Career Up Now whose mission is to engage emerging professionals with Jewish life through their interests in career, unique experiences, and social good.
Dr. Cook is also the founder of the City of Beverly Hills--Next Entrepreneurship Incubator and Coding Academy.
To address the problems parents faced during the pandemic, as behavior specialist, he started an educational consultancy “Behavior Experts 911” helping busy parents with childrens at home behavior and published the book “At-Home Behavior Secrets”...which can be found on Amazon.
He is the host of two popular podcasts
- The Growth Exponential Podcast--telling the stories of nonprofit founders.
- Socially Distanced Close Ups which shares industry leaders wisdom and career advice.
As global citizen Bradley has rendezvoused with the social and political leaders in 23 countries. He loves to sweat in hot yoga, meditate on mountaintops, and spend time with his wife Tanya and two rescued cats::Raymond and Earl.