Brady served as Executive Producer/showrunner of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, delivering over 100 hours of the landmark series over five years. Brady worked with dozens of major corporations (including Sears, Ford, Bank of America, and CVS Pharmacy), more than 50 national charitable organizations (including Special Olympics, Make-a-Wish, Donate Life, and The American Red Cross), and with communities all across America to generate over $50 million in donations and millions of volunteer hours to change the lives of deserving families. He collaborated closely with a multitude of top talent, including Stevie Wonder, Mariah Carey, First Lady Michelle Obama, Usher, and Sheryl Crow. Brady’s commitment to social media marketing led to over one million Facebook followers in its inaugural season, helping the show increase its fan base and continue to stay on the air for nearly a decade.
Brady says of the show, “I will forever seek projects that have the inspiration, entertainment factor, and impact of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. It not only transformed the lives of individual families, it inspired communities everywhere to help neighbors in need, and it shined a light on America’s spirit of charity and volunteerism.” Brady and the EM:HE team received untold recognition for the series, including primetime Emmy nominations, Producers Guild nominations, NAACP Image Awards, the Television Academy Honors “Television with a Conscience” award, and the United Nations Peace Award for “Most Positive Television Show in the World.”