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Bradford Kerr

Associate Advisor

Advisor Team

Father, runner, & fisherman who loves playing video games when he's not pondering the mysteries of the universe. Brad is a known animal lover who enjoys volunteering in the community and listening to "Gangsta Rap" while he does it.


Brad joined the team in 2022 as an Associate Advisor. He is currently a participant in Strategic’s Advisor Development Program. This program is designed to help professionals develop the critical skills and knowledge necessary to become a successful financial advisor.

After graduating from Stetson University with a B.S. degree in finance, Brad began his professional career at Charles Schwab working with RIAs in the Chicago Metro area. After a little over 3 years, Brad was promoted to Regional Support Specialist for the Northeast sales team at Schwab, and relocated to Boston where he originally met the Strategic team. Brad now resides in his hometown of Boca Raton Florida and looks forward giving back to the community he’s originated from.


  • Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Stetson University
  • Series 7 and 66 securities licenses

Areas of Specialty

  • Client Relationship Management

    Client Relationship Management

  • Client Service & Advisor Support

    Client Service & Advisor Support

Beneath the Surface

  • Claim to Fame

    He’s a self-proclaimed master of freestyle rap when you hand him the auxiliary cord or the microphone.

  • Enjoys…

    Jogging by the ocean with my son K.B., going to the dog park with my rescue-pup named Goliath, calisthenics, fishing, Xbox, listening to music, and seeking to understand the mysteries of the universe. I love visiting the cities of Miami, Boston, & New Orleans as well as rooting for the sports teams associated with each.

  • Family

    Bradford resides in his hometown of Boca Raton Florida where he met his wife Josselyn in 2009. Bradford was born to parents of Italian and Jamaican descent.

Life is like a city street, where the waves of traffic beat. Old day ending, and new begun. Life is a street of passersby.

Grandma Kerr