Dr. Monet Bradley
Dr. Monét Bradley is a Doctor of Pharmacy graduate of Florida A&M University. After graduating, she worked in the nonprofit sector as a Health Coordinator. Having a lifelong passion for young people, she transitioned to a career in education teaching high school in upper-level science. While at that school she assisted with the implementation of SECME [Science, Engineering, Communication, Mathematics, and Enrichment], a program focused on increasing the pool of historically underrepresented students for STEM degrees and careers.
Because of the rapport built with her students, Dr. Bradley was selected as the faculty commencement speaker for two consecutive years. She also acted as SECME Advisor, Key Club Advisor, and Senior Class Advisor. Due to her involvement outside of the classroom and within the community, Dr. Bradley was nominated by a student and won the “Teacher-Volunteer of the Year Award.”
Dr. Bradley recently relocated to Georgia from Florida and continues her pursuit of utilizing her knowledge to impact the lives of young people.
Ms. Kathryn Jensen
Kathryn Jensen joins Run to God Ministries this year as we launch our Homeschool and Learn to Live ministries. She is currently serving as a facilitator for the home school program. As Run to God and Life Center Ministries continue to expand, she will share her 25 years of experience with nonprofit management and leadership guiding the success of the new Learn to Live Center.
Kathryn recently located here to Georgia from the Dallas, Texas area where she served on many nonprofit boards.
Kathryn received her Bachelor’s in Communications from Angelo State University. She has owned several successful businesses in publishing, finance, and real estate. She has worked in diverse settings and job markets, growing her career while passionately supporting her USMC and Desert Storm veteran spouse over 30 years while still finding time to volunteer and serve on the Boards of The Fort Worth Alzheimer’s Association, The Dallas Figure Skating Club, Hospice of West Texas and Hendrick Home for Children.
Notable awards and honors include the Volunteer of the Year Award for the DFSC.