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OPSU Success Story: Seve Bradley

Released by OPSU Campus Communications on 12/17/2014 Seve Bradley graduated from OPSU in 2000 and he recently joined the Little Caesars Enterprise Technology team as a Technical Architect. —Courtesy photo Seve Bradley graduated from OPSU in 2000 and he recently joined the Little Caesars Enterprise Technology team as a Technical Architect. —Courtesy photo

Goodwell, Okla. — From Atlanta, Ga. to Sydney, Australia and even Warsaw, Poland, the Computer Program at OPSU has success stories all over the world and this one comes from Detroit, Mich.

OPSU graduate Seve Bradley has recently joined the Little Caesars Enterprise Technology team as a Technical Architect. Bradley will be responsible for designing the store networks of the future while maintaining and supporting the current store network. His focus is on network security and performance. He will be responsible for Little Caesars continued PCI compliance and the ongoing network monitoring required to support a vibrant and reliable store network.

Bradley has more than 14 years of networking experience. Most recently, he worked as a network engineer at Intertek.

Bradley earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree in Computer Information Systems from OPSU in May of 2000 and since then he has received a Master of Science degree in Technological processes from Saginaw Valley State University as well as several Cisco networking certifications.

Bradley commented on his time at OPSU saying, “The OPSU Computer Information Systems program was a wonderful experience for me. It has helped my career and helped me attain my graduate degree. The program covered a broad range of technologies and still nailed down the technical specifics. I was taught very well and got hands-on experience before I entered the workforce. The staff of Mrs. Murphey, Mr. Carter, Mr. Martin and others were very diligent, passionate and energetic to teach the courses and the new technologies. It is an honor to have been part of such a great program and to have surrounded myself with highly intellectual individuals."

Bradley and his family live in Michigan and he enjoys spending time with his family and friends as well as technical research and sports (especially football and basketball).


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