Brady Bramlett joined the SMBHC team in June 2021 as Associate Director of Development where he oversees fundraising efforts for the college. Brady also serves as the Executive Managing Director of the Living Music Resource™. Before joining the SMBHC, he served as a development officer for the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation, and most recently was an annual giving officer for the University of Mississippi managing the Flagship Society. From 2014 to 2018, Brady served as the chair of the NCAA Division I National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and was a member of the NCAA Division I Board of Directors. Brady also served on the NCAA Division I Strategic Vision & Planning Committee as well as the NCAA Association Wide Minorities Opportunities Interests Committee.
During his undergrad years, Brady was a pitcher for the Ole Miss Rebel baseball team. A three-year letter winner, he was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in 2015, and again by the Boston Red Sox in 2016. During his time, Brady was one of few Rebel pitchers to record 20 career wins. Brady now stays connected to the game of baseball by coaching local kids.
Brady graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2016 with his bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in music and earned his master’s in integrated marketing communications in 2018. As a student, he was very involved with the Ole Miss Choirs and Ole Miss Theatre performing solos and roles. As a classically trained singer, Brady is frequently sought after as both a countertenor and tenor soloist.