"Wisdom is knowing the right path to take....Integrity is taking it...."

About Susan

Susan Bradford is a Washington, DC-based author.

Susan holds a BA in English from UC Irvine where she founded Irvine's Women's Crew and was an Honors Humanities student. She also served as Editor of Gandalff's Gazette and editor of the New University while also interning at CBS-TV News in Los Angeles.  She also became the first student member of the Hollywood Women's Press Club, serving on the group's Board of Directors, Scholarship Committee, and Golden Apple Awards Committee. With her bachelor's degree in hand, she wrote news scripts for KNX (CBS) news in Los Angeles and provided video and research support for the PBS Red Car Film Project. She then embarked on an MA in International Relations at the University of Essex where she founded and edited the European Review, which became the departmental publication of the University's Centre for European Studies. At Essex, she was elected Liaison Officer of the campus European Society and served as Senior Research Fellow of the Atlantic Council of the UK and Essex representative of the NATO Universities Advisory Committee. After graduation, she worked for UK Shadow Foreign Secretary Michael Howard  as speech writer. 

She then returned to the United States working for Fox News Channel as freelance producer at the Assignments Desk in Washington, DC before joining the Voice of America as Assignments Editor. At the height of the North Korean conflict, Susan wrote speeches for Korean Ambassador Sung Chul Yang at the Korean Embassy.

She has been writing ever since.

Susan has written and ghost written many books and articles. Her articles have been published in the UN Vision, Washington Times, European Review,  and elsewhere...and have appeared in the Capital Research Center's Organizational Trends....


Books Available


The Full Court Press

The United Church of Heist

The Tribes that Rockefeller Built


Contact Information



PO Box 523286
Springfield, VA 22152



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