Board of Finance (Chair) (2019–2023)
After completing her bachelor’s degree from Trinity College in Hartford, Emily worked for over a decade at Accenture. As an associate partner with the firm, she was responsible for managing multimillion-dollar project budgets. Since retiring from Accenture, Emily has worked as a substitute teacher in the Bolton schools and devoted her time to ensuring the fiscal health of various local charitable organizations.
A Bolton Women’s Club member since 2002, Emily served as treasurer for four years and has coordinated the annual senior lunch for more than five years. Since 2009 she has been treasurer of the Bolton Scholarship Fund. An active member of the Bolton PTA, she is the longtime chair of the annual Book Fair and is cochair of Career Day. She was elected to the Board of Finance in 2017 and elected chairperson in 2019.
For more than ten years, Emily served as a director of the Manchester Symphony Orchestra, chairing the budget and grant-writing committees for most of her tenure on the board, and serving as board treasurer for one year.
Emily and husband Pete Bradley have lived in Bolton for nineteen years. They have one child currently in Bolton schools and one who is a recent graduate. In her spare time, Emily enjoys tennis, canoeing, hiking, gardening, and reading.
- Read a short interview with Emily.