Bradley Myles

Senior Advisor, Innovation
Bradley Myles

Bradley Myles serves as Senior Advisor-Innovation at Panorama Global where he stewards external partnerships, works with a global network of social entrepreneurs, supports program implementation, and develops creative strategies and solutions in support of Panorama’s social impact goals as a platform for social change.  During his time at Panorama, he has supported the creation and development of multiple new program areas, including The Reclaim Coalition focused on addressing image-based sexual violence, the Accelerating Social Change Leadership Initiative (ACSLI), and the Collaborative Learning for Impact Philanthropy (CLIP) initiative. Bradley also plays a key advisory role for To Zero, a global initiative to end childhood sexual violence in a generation.

Prior to joining Panorama, Bradley served on the founding team and then as CEO as Polaris, building, growing, and leading one of the prominent anti-trafficking organizations in the United States for 15 years. When he joined the organization’s founding team, he researched local human trafficking markets, assisted survivors, advocated for Federal and state policy change, provided trainings to hundreds of audiences, and worked with federal and local law enforcement in Washington, DC to establish and coordinate one of the nation’s first multi-disciplinary task forces on human trafficking.  Bradley helped envision and launched the U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline at Polaris, a 24/7 live operation that has now identified and responded to more than 70,000 cases of human trafficking nationwide over a 15-year period since December 2007.  In a movement building role, Bradley also supported the creation and development of the Freedom From Slavery Forum, the Global Modern Slavery Directory, and the Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST).

Bradley has served as an advisor, coach, and technical subject matter expert on human trafficking, gender-based violence, the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC), social entrepreneurship, and non-profit leadership to multiple non-government organizations in the anti-trafficking field.  He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Sandy Hook Promise in the gun violence prevention field.  Bradley holds degrees in Psychology and Political Science from Stanford University, where he also completed the Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders (EPNL) through the Stanford Graduate School of Business.  He is a 2017 recipient of the Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship.

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