In this edition of Meet the Team, we sat down with Moe Bradley, student support advisor at Norwich University Online.
Q: What’s your favorite part about working at Norwich?
A: Norwich pride radiates throughout the employees, students, and alumni. I am able to have crucial conversations with my colleagues that are intelligent, impactful, respectful, and professional because of our shared goal to uphold and make decisions based on the remarkable 200-year old Norwich legacy.
Also, they sent me to my brother’s military base in California for an education fair, which was SO awesome.
Q: What drew you to Norwich?
A: A long-time friend of mine referred me to Norwich CGCS (College of Graduate and Continuing Studies) knowing that I was looking for an advising role that was challenging yet incredibly meaningful. Additionally, I used to play hockey against Norwich, nearly transferred here myself as a student, had friends who went here, and my father was the team doctor for Norwich Athletics 2013-2016. I have always associated Norwich with respect and hard work, which are the two of my most desired qualities in my place of employment and among the students I work with.
Q: Favorite thing to do in Vermont?
A: Stowe Bike path!
Q: Vermont in Summer? Or Vermont in Winter?
A: Plot twist - Vermont in FALL!
Q: Favorite way to spend a weekend?
A: Seasonal dependent – either skiing (winter) or at a hockey game. For summer, head to the cape/beaches on the South Shore of Boston.
Q: What are you currently watching on Netflix?
A: I just finished Atypical, working through Abstract and Explained. Always taking suggestions!
Q: What’s the last book you read?
A: Make Your Bed" by William H. McRaven.
Q: Favorite memory from this past year’s Residency Conference?
A: I was able to meet and be with Norwich employees and students whom I often do not meet face-to-face!