Jamaca Bradley holds a master's degree in social work from Southeastern University and is a registered clinical social work intern with the state of Florida. She gained her bachelor's degree in social work with a clinical concentration from Eastern Michigan University. She began her studies in a criminal justice program that led her to complete her degree in social work to allow her to work with and advocate for the individual and the community. During her studies, she interned mentoring troubled youth to assist them with coping through difficult times as well as learning effective ways to do therapy with children and adolescents who have been impacted by trauma. She has experience in the juvenile justice system and mental health settings, working with adolescents in an outpatient setting. Her passion towards working adolescents and young adults allows her to relate with the younger population and foster a safe and accepting environment for healing and change.