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Impact Presents: "How You Lead Matters"

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Wednesday, September 4



Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business

800 West Peachtree Street NW, 2nd Floor
Atlanta, GA 30308
Room 200


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Millie Bradley is a native of New Orleans, La. and graduated from Tulane University with an MBA in Finance and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics.

Ms. Bradley began employment with Exxon in 1975 as a systems project manager. In 1979, she moved to Houston to become Manager of Computer Applications for Exxon’s U. S. chemical company. Ms. Bradley progressed through several managerial positions within Exxon, including Systems Manager in Imperial Oil in Toronto, Canada, Financial Reporting Manager in Exxon Coal and Minerals Company, and Manager of Exxon Computing Services Company. In 1998, she became Assistant Controller of Exxon Corporation in Dallas, TX. After serving as Controller of ExxonMobil Chemical Company, she was named General Auditor of Exxon Mobil Corporation. Ms. Bradley retired from ExxonMobil in April 2009 after nearly 34 years of service.

She is the former Board Chair of the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas. She also serves on the Board of the United Way Foundation and is a member of United Way’s Women of Tocqueville in Dallas, Texas. She is also a member of Golden Seeds Investments and Texas Women Ventures, investment groups focused on women-led entrepreneurial pursuits. Ms. Bradley does speaking on leadership, developing an ethical culture in organizations, implementing strategic controls in any organization, and work/life balance. She serves on the Energy Institute Advisory Board of Tulane’s A.B. Freeman School of Business and is a visiting executive with Deloitte University.

Ms. Bradley’s husband Allan is the former President of Questar Pipeline Company, based in Salt Lake City, Utah. They have two children, Allison and Jonathan, and three grandchildren, Avery, Parker, and Mason.

About the Impact Speaker Series:

Since 2002, the IMPACT Speaker Series has brought highly successful business leaders from a variety of industries to campus to share their experiences and give advice to students and other entrepreneurs on topics ranging from "building a venture around intellectual capital" to "successful entrepreneurship in large organizations" and "socially responsible leadership." The weekly series provides Georgia Tech students, alumni, and the Atlanta business community an opportunity to network and learn from successful entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and notable business and non-profit leaders. The lecture series is sponsored by the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship.

The series is free and open to the public. Reservations are not required.