has more than 25 years of strategic planning, fund development, marketing, communications, and special event management experience in both the nonprofit and private sectors. Before becoming a consultant, Ms. Bullock worked for a variety of nonprofit arts organizations in the greater Philadelphia area such as the Kennett Symphony Orchestra, First Night Wilmington, Grand Opera House, Delaware Theatre Company and OperaDelaware in management roles, specializing in fundraising, marketing and event management. She has experience in the economic development area (Wilmington Renaissance Corporation), the healthcare area (Christiana Care Health System), and the corporate sector (Wilmington Trust Wealth Advisory Services and Bank of America) as a marketing executive, planning and managing national cultivation events for high-net-worth clients and prospects, and overseeing corporate sponsorships throughout the region.
As a fundraising and marketing consultant, Ms. Bullock has helped a diverse range of clients including the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, Sarasota Contemporary Dance, The Sarasota Cuban Ballet School, Theatre Odyssey, La Musica, Delaware Institute for Arts in Education, Light up the Queen Foundation and Wilmington Renaissance Corporation.
Ms. Bullock previously served on the board of directors of ArtCO (Delaware Arts Stabilization Fund), the Delaware Theatre Company and the Light Up the Queen Foundation, and served on the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau’s marketing committee, the Association of Fundraising Professionals Brandywine Chapter communication awards committee and the City of Wilmington’s Fringe Festival steering committee.
Ms. Bullock is currently a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) FL Southwest Chapter, the Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County, the Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation Key to the Cure Committee, the Visit Sarasota County Marketing Council and is a volunteer at Woman’s Exchange Sarasota.
Ms. Bullock received a BA degree in theatre with a minor in voice from Shenandoah University (formerly Shenandoah Conservatory of Music) in Winchester, Virginia.