Claudette Bradshaw Biography
Claudette Bradshaw is a relentless service person for the homeless who served as a member of Parliament.
She was raised in Moncton, New Brunswick. Claudette spent much of her career working in the non-profit sector in her hometown tacklings issues such as homelessness, mental health, and at-risk children and teenagers.
She also created the Moncton Headstart Early Family Intervention Center in the year 1974. She died at the age of 72 years as she was diagnosed with lung cancer.
Meet Claudette Bradshaw's Husband
Claudette Bradshaw's husband is called Douglas Bradshaw. They gave birth to two children called Chris and Nick Bradshaw. The Bradshaw has taken on the role of foster parents. Her husband is the founder of Moncton Headstart which is a family intervention facility for young children.
Its aim was later changed to provide high-quality early family intervention and support services to assist children and families.
Their list includes programs for at-risk children and their families, a teaching kitchen, social housing, and recycling. Since her husband is a private person we aren't getting more information about him.