Founder – CEO
Bruce is currently a senior at the University of Notre Dame majoring in Economics with a Pre-Health Supplementary major, and the goal of attending medical school in the fall of 2021.
A lifelong sport fan, Bruce’s athletic years were full of a number of different sports-related injuries. Through years spent in-and-out of physical rehabilitation offices, Bruce eventually learned that several of his injuries as well as the injuries of thousands of adolescents across the country could be avoided by performing neuromotor retraining exercises.
Therefore, Bruce has made it his mission to provide this information to the masses through Kneekeeper, which aims to reduce the risk of ACL injuries in athletes.
Vice President – COO
Bradford graduated from Harvard College in 2010 with a degree in Government and Economics and went on to earn his MBA from Cambridge University with a concentration in entrepreneurship.
During his four years at Harvard, Bradford was an intramural sports enthusiast, was elected the intramural sports chair for Currier House, and was a member of the board for the campus-wide program.
While Bradford has luckily not personally suffered any catastrophic knee injuries, he has unfortunately shared the field with teammates who have. He is excited to join the Kneekeeper team to lower the risk of future knee injuries for young athletes everywhere.