Bradford Traywick is the project coordinator for the Booker T. Washington Initiative with the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

Traywick is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University, where he received a Bachelor’s of Arts in History. While at Prairie View, he began mentoring undergraduate students with the P.A.L.s program. He began his professional career as the founder of Traywick Photography for 4 years before joining the staff of the San Jacinto College. He currently serves at San Jacinto College as the Program Coordinator for the Men of Honor and Women of Integrity programs, which serve the purpose of enhancing the collegiate culture of its student members. During his time at San Jacinto College, he became a member of the Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education (TABPHE). Mr. Traywick still continues to travel and speak to high school and college students as he focuses on inspiring and motivating students to excel.