Dr. Brad Edgerton is a partner in the Southern California Permanente Medical Group and a plastic and reconstructive surgeon at Kaiser Permanente, West Los Angles Medical Center. He is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is also a Clinical Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery at the University of Southern California. Dr. Edgerton specializes in reconstructive plastic surgery including congenital deformities, breast cancer reconstruction, hand surgery, and nerve surgery reconstructions for tumors and paralytic conditions of the face and upper and lower extremities. He directs the regional Brachial Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Team for Kaiser Permanente and has authored multiple articles and textbook chapters in his field. In addition to his surgical practice, Dr. Edgerton has a long-standing interest in security and international policy, and through a family foundation, the Edgerton Foundation, has supported efforts to deal with difficult security, environmental and energy issues. The foundation also supports artistic, educational, religious and cultural institutions in Los Angeles and funds the development of New American Plays nationwide. Since 2006, the Edgerton Foundation has awarded 46 Edgerton Foundation New American Play grants. These fund extension of rehearsal times of world premieres at non-profit theatres around the country. Oregon Shakespeare Festival has received awards for Welcome Home Jenny Sutter in 2007 and Equivocation in 2008. Dr. Edgerton is the President of the Edgerton Foundation. He serves as a trustee of Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles and serves on the Board of Directors of the Pacific Council on International Policy. He is an avid skier and serves as Treasurer of Southern Skis in Los Angeles. He is also a member of the Artistic Directors Circle at Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles and the Board of Overseers of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. He is married to Louise Dungan Edgerton and they have 4 grown children ages 23 to 27.