House Public Service Representative
Bradley Ferguson is a Sophomore living at Mather House, who plans on concentrating in Applied Mathematics with a focus in Economics. One of his goals in life is to be part of the solution to end hunger and homelessness. This goal is incredibly personal. With a family experience of homelessness, he has been working in homelessness and hunger his entire life. In middle school, he started a club called Post Crashers, a club that honors veterans and addresses food insecurity in innovative ways, which he still operates and funds at a distance. To support the goals of this group, he has written grants and received nearly $200,000 in funding. Outside of serving as a Mathers House Public Service Representative, Bradley is involved in the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, where he is a part of the Street Team and the Dinner Crew. He is also a member of the Harvard Model United Nations, where he serves as the Director of the World Bank. Bradley works with Cambridge Local First, where he writes grants and volunteers. Finally, Bradley is a member of the Harvard Undergraduate Consulting on Business and the Environment group.