Bradley Dorvilus

Bradley Dorvilus has accumulated over a decade of experience in community work and education, and is the proud father of two girls. He obtained his Business Administration degree from Flagler College.

During his time in college he has always done community based work. He even worked as a coach, at the local Boys & Girls Club. After graduating, he joined the administration team as the Dean of Discipline at Rolling Hills Elementary in Orlando, FL. During which the school’s test scores was the lowest in all of Orange County. Within his initial year as an administrator, he contributed to elevating the school score to just 5 percentage points away from an A. During this time he initiated a mentorship program for boys named ‘The Men of Distinction, that help to positively affect the behaviors of many students and allow for learning to take place.

Presently, he manages the Community Engagement sector of the Parramore Education & Innovation District (PEID) at the University of Central Florida. Where he runs the College Dream Academy at Evans and Jones High School. He’s also owner of The Fatherhood Way, a life style brand, and has recently created a Nonprofit Organization called “Navigate”. It’s a mentorship program that focuses on exposure for the youth, while providing opportunities for the parents as well, creating a holistic approach. All with the hopes of setting a foundation in the community that creates better outcomes for future generations.