Bradley Foxlewin currently holds the role of Deputy Commissioner of the Mental Health Commission of NSW. He is an independent mental health consumer consultant, member and past chair of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Mental Health Consumer Network. Bradley works as a trainer, group-worker, consultant and researcher, all from a consumer-first position.
Bradley has previously worked, over a period of 20 years, as a manager in community services, a counsellor for young men who have survived sexual abuse as children and he has had significant input into the development of men's services in the ACT.
Bradley's extensive qualifications include MAppSc (Social Ecology- Major: Organisational Change), Cert. IV in TAE, Dip: Community Studies (Welfare) with Honours, Dip: Community Services (Mental Health).