Bill Bradley is a three-time basketball All-American at Princeton, an Olympic gold medalist, a Rhodes scholar and a professional player for ten years with the New York Knicks.
Elected to the Senate from New Jersey in 1978, 1984 and 1990, he authored extensive legislation — including the Tax Reform Act of 1986.
Disillusioned with Capitol Hill, Mr. Bradley retired from the Senate in 1996 to teach at Stanford, the University of Maryland and Notre Dame. In 2000, Bradley re-entered the political arena, losing to Al Gore in a bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Since then, he has been active as a speaker, articulating his vision for the future of the United States. He is also a managing director for the investment firm Allen & Co., Inc.
His major books include Life on the Run (1987), Time Present, Time Past: A Memoir (1997), Values of the Game (1998) and The Journey From Here (2000)
Bill Bradley is a member of The Globalist's Global Advisory Board.