Hawai‘i Preparatory Academy Names New Board Chair

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Scott Bradley

Scott Bradley. Courtesy photo.

Scott Bradley has been named chairman of the Board of Trustees at Hawai‘i Preparatory Academy in Waimea.

Bradley, an HPA alumnus, will serve a two-year term, effective July 1, 2016.

He succeeds Gregory R. Mooers, who will remain on the board as vice chair.


Bradley, who joined the HPA board in 2012, is president of Bradley Properties Ltd. and co-managing director of RT LLC.

“This is an exciting time in the history of HPA,” said Bradley. “There are several initiatives underway. We are about to launch a revised strategic plan and an ambitious new campus master plan, which will bring our vision to life and transform our school in powerful ways. Iʻm grateful for the opportunity to serve HPA during this time of unprecedented progress.”

Bradley has been active in community and professional organizations. He is past chairman of the Hawaii Community Development Agency and has served as chairman of the Young Presidents Organization, vice president of the National Association of Realtors, director of The Hawaii Historic Foundation, American Red Cross-Hawaii, Diamond Head Theatre, Hawaii Historical Society and Hawaii Business Round Table.


He is past president and past director of the Honolulu Board of Realtors, the Hawaii Association of Realtors and past chairman of the CB Franchisee Multi Office Broker Group. He also served on the board and as Commodore of the Waikiki Yacht Club.

Bradley has received numerous awards and recognition, including the “Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year,” PBN “40 under 40” and “Realtor of the Year” from the Honolulu Board of Realtors and the Hawaii Association of Realtors.

“Iʻm really looking forward to working with Scott,” said Head of School Robert McKendry. “As an alumnus and past parent, Scott has a rich understanding of our school and his business experience gives him the ability to offer a valuable perspective on the challenges and opportunities we face every day.”

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