After a 32-year career with the federal government, Bradley Veloz retired in 2003. Throughout his career, he had the opportunity to work for multiple federal agencies in Washington, D.C., Houston, and San Antonio. In 2008, Bradley returned to the workforce for a position with the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office before moving on to work in the San Antonio office of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.
As a community activist, he served as the president for Healthy Families, an organization focused on preventing child abuse and neglect. Bradley is also a former board member of the Esperanza Peace & Justice Center. He plans to utilize his extensive experience in affirmative action programs and human resources management to help him in his role as a member of the City of San Antonio's Affirmative Action Advisory Committee.