Bradley Galloway is a research and intervention specialist at the Organization for Prevention of Violence and regional coordinator for the Pacific Northwest district of the Against Violent Extremism Network. He has a unique history of spending 13 years in the Canadian hate movement, and now works to help educate about the dangers of violent extremism internationally. Mr. Galloway has been a part of shaping Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) initiatives globally and continues community work to build resilience against violent hate movements. He has worked as a research assistant for many Canadian universities and is an affiliate with the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism Security and Society. Mr. Galloway has spent many years volunteering with Life After Hate and is currently working on key initiatives with the Chicago-based NGO. Mr. Galloway is currently a student in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV).