Annie Bradberry has more than 17 years’ experience working in the non-profit sector and joined The 100 MileClub® as Director of Development in February of this year.
Annie brings extensive grant writing and development expertise to support The 100 Mile Club® and its overall mission. Her scope of experience as a businessperson will enhance the organization’s growth, development and grant success, and her enthusiasm and passion for our schools, kids, and families makes her a perfect fit for our rapidly-expanding organization. Annie is awesome!!
Early in her career, Annie served as the Executive Director of The National Stuttering Association (NSA), a non-profit organization that provides support and education to children and adults who stutter, their families and the speech professionals who work with them. As a person who stutters, Annie is still involved with the NSA providing in-service trainings to school districts and Southern California University Speech Pathology programs as well as Youth Day workshops for kids who stutter nationally. Annie currently serves on the Advisory Board of the International Stuttering Association continuing her passion for the stuttering community.
Later in her career, Annie served as Executive Director of The Corona-based Foundation for Community and Family Health. During this time she helped the organization secure funding from government sources, private and corporate foundations, as well as building community relations and participation.
In the last decade, Annie has served on numerous boards and committees dedicated to improving the quality of life for residents of Corona where she has lived with her husband Bob for 23 years. Her daughter Amanda teaches 2nd grade in Las Vegas and she is blessed to have her parents live with her who celebrated 66 years of marriage this year.
Give a call to the office and wish her well, or drop an email to say hello.
Welcome, Annie! It is going to be a great year!
The 100 Mile Club®
815 West 6th Street
Corona, CA 92882