Divine Bradley is a creative consultant with 20+ years of experience across industries -- from fashion and entertainment to education and community engagement. He works with individual and institutional clients as a keynote speaker, panelist, facilitator and strategic thought partner with out-of-the-box ideas that spark innovation.  

As a keynote and panelist, Divine inspires audiences to lean into their personal passions and push past boundaries to explore what’s possible. He designs interactive workshops and events that take participants through unforgettable experiences that include real-life adventures and imaginative exercises in self-reflection.

Divine also works with organizations to co-design sessions to cultivate culture and creativity. His work delicately disrupts the status quo of team culture, supporting teams in reimagining their core values and fostering relationships through collaborative building. He often partners with senior leadership teams to ideate around innovation by asking the provocative, thought-provoking questions that foster innovation. He self-identifies as “Social Imagineer.”

Divine founded his first  non-profit, “Team Revolution,” at age 17. He has since worked with start-ups, 501(c)3s and Fortune 500 companies, including luxury brands like “Polo - Ralph Lauren” and national non-profits like “The Future Project.” While at Polo - Ralph Lauren, he began his career in corporate social responsibility. He scaled that work at The Future Project by growing the organization into 11 cities across the US. Divine also co-founded “After,” a company focused on the future of end-of-life services. His work has been featured in the award-winning documentary, “The Hip Hop Project,” executive produced by Bruce Willis and Queen Latifah.

Originally from Brooklyn, NY Divine is currently based in the Greater NYC area. He hosts events internationally. For more information or to book Divine, visit: www.divinebradley.com.