Hall of Fame Member Biographies

Carter Wallace Bradley

Carter Wallace Bradley was the executive director of the Higher Education Alumni Council of Oklahoma (HEACO) from 1971 through 1984. In that role, he worked with alumni leaders from Oklahoma’s colleges and universities to promote public higher education in the Oklahoma Legislature and raise public awareness of the value of higher education. Prior to his work at HEACO, he was first a working journalist and then served as chief of staff for Senators Robert S. Kerr and Mike Monroney in Washington, D.C. Among his accomplishments at HEACO was the creation of a weekly statewide television program about higher education, “Candid Campus.” Bradley was inducted into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame in 1995.