Bradley Palmer, MBA
Bradley Palmer is Managing Partner of Palm Ventures, which he founded in 1992, and a Post University Trustee.
Previously, Mr. Palmer was a Senior Associate with James D. Wolfensohn, Inc., a strategic advisory and investment banking firm with an extensive client base of multinational corporations. While at Wolfensohn, Mr. Palmer worked for James Wolfensohn, Paul Volcker and other firm partners on numerous acquisitions for major clients. Before Wolfensohn, Mr. Palmer was a Vice President in the Acquisition Finance division of Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company where he financed numerous management-led buyouts.
Mr. Palmer began his career as an entrepreneur, starting a multi-location restaurant concept in the Midwest which he sold successfully.
Mr. Palmer holds a B.A. from Indiana University and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Palmer serves on the boards of a number of private companies and charitable organizations including Education Development Center (www.edc.org), Save the Children (www.savechildren.org), the Maritime Aquarium (www.maritimeaquarium.org) and Computers for Youth (www.cfy.org).