Bradley Belt is a senior executive experienced in leading and growing high performing organizations in the private, public and non-profit sectors. Leadership roles include: Vice Chairman of Orchard Global; Founder and Chairman of Palisades Capital; Executive Director and CEO of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation in the George W. Bush Administration; and Senior Managing Director of The Milken Institute. In addition to his executive roles, Belt also held senior officer positions at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and a financial technology company, along with senior staff roles at the Securities and Exchange Commission and Senate Banking Committee.
Belt has served on the boards of directors or advisory boards of several companies, nonprofit organizations, and professional associations. Company boards include Zurich American Life Insurance (NY), Shenkman Capital Management, Wood Creek Capital Management, and RMIT, Inc. Non-profit boards include UNICEF USA (Mid-Atlantic), the North American Advisory Committee of the Standards Board for Alternative Investments. the Protestant Episcopal Cathedral Foundation (the oversight board for the Washington National Cathedral, St Albans, and the National Cathedral School), and a Presidential appointment to the Social Security Advisory Board.