Michael Johnson


 Tera Bradham


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Johnson is a 5th year senior on the Weber State men’s golf team. He recently went above and beyond his role as a student-athlete in an effort to reach out to another student-athlete who was dealing with something that was all too familiar to him. A current softball player was dealing with the reality of loosing her father to a brain tumor. Johnson coordinated a card making night where all 300+ student-athletes were invited to stop by for a snack and tap into their inner childhood by making cards with markers, stickers, and construction paper. Nearly 200 student-athletes attended this night of card making and it was a night of healing for Johnson as well. He lost his mother to cancer when he was 14 years old. This was a way to keep his mothers legacy alive but more importantly it was an opportunity to reach out to a fellow student-athlete struggling with life’s reality.

As a dedicated student, Johnson is maintaining a 3.91 grade point average and majoring in Business Finance.

Bradham is a graduate student on the Texas A&M Women’s Swimming Team. Bradham has used her athletic status to be a leader and volunteer in her community and internationally. She is a bilingual education volunteer at Southwood Valley Elementary school, focusing on hands-on learning and tutoring. Bradham has volunteered internationally providing disaster relief through construction projects, labor, and motivational speaking in Mexico, Guatemala, and Peru. She volunteers at a local school providing horsemanship education and sponsors international children and families through advocacy efforts, financial contributions, and letter writing. Brandham is also very active on the Aggies campus. For the past two years, Bradham has participated in “Aggies CAN” food drive, “Aggies Move,” an event that assist elementary students become more aware of health and wellness, “Hard Hats for Little Heads” helmet safety for children, “Big Event,” a community-wide service event for Bryan-College Station residents, and National STUDENT-Athlete Day activities on the Texas A&M campus.

Bradham is carrying a 4.0 grade point average in her Master’s of Education program. She already has a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish.