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Debbie Bradley


Debbie Bradley, a native of Okaloosa County-Crestview, Florida, received her Bachelor’s, Masters and Education Specialist Degrees from Troy University. In Georgia, she was the high school band director for Cook High School, Valdosta Junior and Senior High Schools, Clarke Central High School and Calhoun County High School. In Alabama, she was the band director at Clarke County High School and Patrick Henry Junior College. While at Valdosta Jr. High School, her bands performed at two World’s Fair’s. She is currently a staff director for the Lowndes County High School “Georgia Bridgemen” and Band Director at Lowndes Middle School in Valdosta, Georgia. She has received many professional awards and recognitions among which includes being selected in Who’s Who in America in 2006. In 1986, she received the distinguished “Sudler Order of Merit Award” from the John Philip Sousa Foundation. Ms. Bradley was selected Teacher of the Year at Valdosta Jr. High School and at Cook County High School. In 2001 she received the Outstanding Service to Music Award from the National Board of Tau Beta Sigma. She served as an officer for the Women Band Directors International for ten years and was awarded the Scroll of Excellence and the Silver Baton. Ms. Bradley was elected and served as President of Women Band Directors International Organization in 2006-2007.