Andrew Bridge Audio Books

Andrew Bridge Audio Books

Andrew Bridge Audio Books

Andrew Bridge spent eleven years in foster care in Los Angeles before earning a scholarship to Wesleyan University. He went on to Harvard Law School and was also a Fulbright Scholar. Formerly the CEO and general counsel of the Alliance for Children’s Rights, he lives in New York City. He remains a dedicated and vocal advocate for children in foster care.

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