Brad Tucker partners with individuals, communities, organizations and teams to promote holistic development and transformational social change. As an educator passionate about adult learning, he teaches graduate courses in international social development and nonprofit management.
As a consultant and researcher, Tucker both studies and advances organizational development, change and institutional sustainability among local development and social service organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa. Specifically, he collaborates with U.S. and international organizations to strengthen their leadership, management and program development/implementation capabilities.
Tucker has worked in international social development in a variety of ways since 1993. Prior to joining the Brown School, he held a range of positions in the field – most recently with the United States Agency for International Development in Washington, D.C, Jakarta, Indonesia and Nairobi, Kenya.
He enjoys jazz, AfroPop, coffee culture, and science fiction/fantasy literature, movies and TV.
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