Brad first got a taste of international education when he taught English in Tokyo from January of 1977 to June of 1978. Upon his return to the U.S.A., he found a job with the Office of International Admissions at the University of Southern California - his alma mater. From August of 1978 through November of 1994 he held positions of Credentials Evaluator, International Student Advisor, Assistant Director of International Admissions, and Assistant Director of Graduate and International Admissions. During that time, Brad was very involved with the professional associations of AACRAO and NAFSA, holding leadership positions in committees of both. He also earned a Master of Science in Education degree at USC in 1992.
In January of 1995, Brad and his family moved to the Seattle area where he was employed by the Foundation for International Services, Inc. as its Director of Evaluations. There he learned a different aspect of foreign credential evaluation from the private sector and the importance of customer service to corporate clients.
In June of 2000, Brad left FIS and established e-ValReports, where he produces evaluation reports to a small client base of immigration attorneys, corporate human resource managers, military recruiters, and individuals pursuing further education or employment opportunities.