"I am committed to people feeling blessed, gifted and realizing their full potential."

Bill Bradley

Vice President

Bill Bradley joined Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company, in 2016, as a vice president, bringing more than 28 years of experience leading and transforming individuals, teams and organizations to deliver exceptional results.


Prior to joining Senn Delaney, Bill co-founded and was managing principal of Pendleton Solutions Group LLC, a professional services firm providing change management, process improvement and business transformation services. He galvanized teams and organizations to improve and optimize work processes to deliver sustainable cost savings, identify revenue opportunities and improve profitability.


Bill has held a number of executive-level roles with demonstrated success leading organizations to exceed business objectives in the telecommunications, education, service, manufacturing and technology industries. A passionate change agent, Bill leads, inspires and teaches to deliver business and employee growth. He is highly effective at solving complex business problems and ensuring improvements realized are consistently maintained.


Previous executive leadership roles include principal at Akela Corporation, senior vice president of operations at APC Workforce Solutions (dba ZeroChaos), chief operating officer at Carter Brothers Technology, group general manager at ADT Security Services, regional vice president-network services at XO Communications, general manager strategic sourcing and shared services at AT&T, and general manager customer service at Ameritech.


Bill holds a masters degree in business administration from Northwestern University, Kellogg Graduate School of Management and a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from The University of Akron. He is pursuing a doctorate in education from The University of Pennsylvania.


Bill is married and has a son attending Carnegie Mellon University. He lives in Chicago and enjoys exercise, bicycling, youth soccer, volunteering, listening to music and spending time with family and friends. 

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