Founder and President of School4Schools.com LLC The A+ Club, Bromley is a historian, published author, entrepreneur, and teacher.
Bromley is dedicated to helping students find the success they need and deserve in school, believing that students should not be denied their opportunities and dreams just because they haven’t figured out the workflow demands of school.
Bromley is married to a very successful businesswoman who is an inspiration and example for all the students, especially the young ladies, that she meets from Bromley’s classes and A+ Club students.
Founder & President, School4Schools.com LLC The A+ Club. Student support service, Arlington, Virginia, 2012 to present.
Founder & President, School4Schools Foundation, Public charity 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to assisting students find academic success by working with students, families, schools and other educational institutions, 2022 to present.
Instructor, Arlington Community Learning, Small Business Formation, Grammar, SAT Verbal, and other courses, 2012 to present.
AP US Government teacher, Junior States of America, Stanford campus, Palo Alto, CA, 2013.
Social Studies Teacher and Department Chair, Archbishop Carroll High School, Washington, DC, 2006-2012.
Founder President. American Merchants, Inc., $15mm export and distribution company dedicated to the sale of U.S. consumer products in Latin America, 1987-1996.
“William Howard Taft and the First Motoring Presidency, 1909-1913”, McFarland Co., Jefferson, NC, 2003.
“Stretching It: The Story of the Limousine”, Society of Automotive Engineers, Warrendale, PA, 2002.
Presented to various conferences of political science, U.S. and automotive history.
Regular contributor to the finest periodicals in automotive history, Automobile Quarterly, and The Review of the Society of Automotive Historians.
“This Car Matters,” Historic Vehicle Association, 2016.
Consultant and appearing on various History Channel, TLC, and Discovery Channel documentaries, 2003 to 2006.
Contributing expert for various New York Times and Washington Post articles on automotive history.