OAK RIDGE, Tenn., Dec. 5, 2018 – Megan Bradley, a staff member at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, recently won the Young Professionals of Knoxville Impact award, conferred on area professionals ages 21-40 who improve the Knoxville, Tenn., community by taking leadership roles in community service organizations and achieving career success. The award recognizes five professionals annually.
Bradley works in the Information Technology Services Division’s Financial Management Applications group. She led development of the laboratory’s travel mobile app and participates in ORNL's Emerging Leader Path and mentoring programs.
Bradley serves several community organizations that focus on women's education and safety, women in the sciences and computing, and adoptee interests. She heads up fundraising efforts for the Junior League of Knoxville and in 2017 launched its Little Black Dress Initiative to highlight domestic violence issues. She administers a Facebook group for Korean-American adoptees. Bradley also serves with the Women in Computing employee resource group at ORNL and assists with Oak Ridge Computer Science Girls.
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