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Emily Bradley

Senior Director of Human Resources

Emily Bradley

About Emily

Emily Bradley has been part of the Human Resources team at First Business Bank since 2007. She has her PHR (Professional in Human Resources) certification, along with the SHRM-CP (Society of Human Resources Manager Certified Professional) designation. Emily attended the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and has a Bachelor’s degree in Business & Human Resources, as well as a Master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration. She is also a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking Human Resources Management School at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Professional and community involvement has been important in Emily’s career, and she has served as an active member of several organizations. Notable leadership includes her involvement with the United Way of Dane County, serving as the Employee Campaign Manager for the Bank. She has been active with the United Way of Dane County’s Lead United affinity group and is a strong ambassador for getting young professionals involved in their community. 

Emily is a proud alumnus of the Madison InBusiness magazine “40 Under 40” 2011 class, an honor given to those that demonstrate success in their industry, an active role and commitment to furthering their industry, and volunteer or board membership, which enhances the Greater Madison community.

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