Kelly Brady has had an eclectic career and varied background involving business and mission-critical technology solutions and security. He is currently the administrator of Desert Sun Smiles, Dr. Lee Ann Brady’s dental practice, and involved in many aspects of her continuing education programs.
Prior to this he was the Division Director for 911/311 for Miami-Dade County.
Before moving to South Florida, he was a member of the executive leadership team and co-Interim CEO of the Cathedral Foundation of Jacksonville, a non-profit providing direct care and innovative solutions to empower elders to live and age successfully. While at Cathedral Foundation he was appointed as a Commissioner on the Center For Aging Services (CAST) Commission, a think tank exploring innovative uses of technology to support successful aging. In 2005, he participated in CAST’s technology pavilion at the White House Conference on Aging, the first ever technology pavilion at the event.
He was the founder of possibleNOW.com and architect of its flagship DNCSolution service for telemarketing compliance.
After high school, he became a certified EMT and scuba instructor and has regularly volunteered in various public safety roles. He was a member of the Kentucky Rescue Association Dive Team and NSS Cave Diving Rescue/Recovery team. He was a boat crew qualified member of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary where he also served on the national staff as a Branch Chief in what is now the V Directorate. More recently he was a volunteer with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, trained in desert search and rescue and enforcement support.
Kelly has a BBA in finance from Georgia State University and an MBA from the University of Florida. He is a Microsoft certified Small Business Specialist.
He enjoys reading, travel, personal finance, Japanese culture, the outdoors, cooking, debating politics with his kids, and information security research. He does not like mayonnaise.