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Sadell Bradley has been passionately devoted to seeing lives dramatically transformed for many years in the Tri-State. She and her husband Sherman have been catalysts for change through their civic and faith-based work, as owners of Consider the Poor – a poverty advocacy and consulting non-profit, and GoodFit - a diversity and implicit bias training company, and as pastoral leaders in the City.
Sadell, a native of Philadelphia and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, is a dynamic speaker, teacher and trainer. She is also a gifted vocalist, creative artist, blogger and the co-author of, “Breaking the Cycle of Self-Abuse, the Lucreta Bowman Story.” Sadell has used her gifts across the country and around the world at conferences, workshops and events geared toward helping women, youth and the poor. She and Sherman have a beautiful family of three children and two grandchildren.
As Mortar’s Strategic Director, Sadell works directly with alumni to help them see their dreams realized. She uses her coaching certification and expertise, administrative skills and nurturing spirit to resource and support entrepreneurs toward success.