Bradley Kratzer supports the Center for Equitable Development's Climate Resilience Practice as the Climate Resilience Intern. He is currently a Master’s Candidate of Global Human Development at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, with a specialization in the environment and climate and a certificate in Latin American Studies. Bradley also holds a BA in Environmental Studies and a minor in International Studies from American University.

Prior to joining WRI, Bradley worked with the Guatemala Solidarity Project to secure grant funding and lobby US Congressional Members for pro-poor foreign policy in solidarity with indigenous land and human rights activists. He also served for three years with the Peace Corps in Panama as both a Community Environmental Conservation Volunteer and Regional Coordinator within the Panama Canal Watershed. As a Volunteer, he worked to more effectively align and implement the reforestation, waste management and environmental education initiatives of the Panamanian Ministries of Environment and Education and the Panama Canal Authority.

Bradley has a demonstrated passion for community-driven environmental action and development. He is particularly interested in indigenous land rights and nature-based solutions to climate change as effective mechanisms to harmonize environmental conservation with economic and human development.