• PY_with_logo

    See the collection of talks by ACLS President Pauline Yu. 

  • 2018-board

    The ACLS Board of Directors at the 2018 annual meeting.  William Kirby, board chair, is at Pauline's right. See board and committees.

  • 2018-PY-ELewis

    Pauline in conversation with Earl Lewis, then president of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.  See the video series.

ACLS Staff

Sandra Bradley

Sandra Bradley
Director of Member Relations and
Special Assistant to the President and Board

212-697-1505 x123

Sandra Bradley is director of member relations and special assistant to the president and board. She oversees activity with the ACLS Board of Directors, the ACLS Delegates of Constituent Societies, the members of the ACLS Conference of Executive Officers (CEO), and other members of ACLS (including Affiliates and Associates). She coordinates all aspects of the ACLS Annual Meeting and meetings of the CEO. Before assuming this position, she was the ACLS grants coordinator. In this capacity she worked with the Finance Department and program officers on programmatic and financial reporting requirements to funders and oversaw the administrative management of grants to ACLS. She also worked closely with the vice president on a wide range of programs and initiatives, including those programs associated with the Center for Educational Exchange with Vietnam and the Center for Scholarly Communication with China. She worked with the director of international programs on the ACLS China studies programs.


ACLS Staff

Office of the President
Pauline Yu  
Sandra Bradley
Hui Yon Kim

Office of the Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
James Shulman
Kelly Buttermore

Fellowships & Public Programs
Matthew Goldfeder
John Paul Christy
Rachel Bernard
Valerie Popp
Cindy Mueller
Tami Shaloum
Jaelen Floyd
Anna Marchese

International Programs
Andrzej W. Tymowski
Elisabeta L. Pop
Katie Smith  

Nicole Glotzer

ACLS Humanities
Clare Doyle
C. Lee Walton

Simon Guzman
James Manekas
Servio Moreno

Web & Information Systems
Candace Frede