Teresita Diaz-Bradley

Teresita Diaz-Bradley is Supervising Attorney for the Immigrant Victims of Crime Initiative. She attended New York University’s Stern School of Business where she earned a degree in Finance, and attended Ohio State University’s School of Law where she obtained her J.D.  Licensed in Pennsylvania since 1994, she began her career as a prosecutor in the District Attorney’s Office covering civil and criminal matters on behalf of the City and County of Philadelphia.  For most of her tenure as an Assistant District Attorney,  she represented adult and juvenile victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. During that time, she was invited to lecture at Temple University, Chestnut Hill College, Holy Family University and Rosemont College where she taught Criminal Law and Procedure, International Comparative Law and other undergraduate courses.

Terry later served as Director of Constituent Services for the Honorable Bryan R. Lentz, and has extensive experience in municipal law and management.  For almost a decade, she was of counsel in the Special Investigations Unit at Bennett, Bricklin & Saltzburg, LLC.