Mrs. Norma Bullock is a retired Federal Human Resources Manager with nearly 48 years of
service, 28 with the U. S. Coast Guard where she was Chief, Workforce Development and Sustainment Division, Office of Civilian Human Resources. She supervised a staff of Human Resource Management Specialists and Assistants who were technical experts in performance management, rewards and recognition, leave and hours of work, and employee benefits. Her work history included equal employment opportunity and civil rights program management at the U. S. Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA) where she assessed the compliance of police agencies and other law enforcement entities with EEO and civil rights laws, rules, and regulations. Her dealings included three of the country’s largest policy departments: New York, NY, Los Angeles, CA, and San Francisco, CA. She ensured that funds distributed to grant LEAA recipients were spent equitably and that women and minorities were not discriminated against in hiring, training, promotion and career opportunities based on their race, color, ethnicity, or gender. She also has a wealth of experience in training and development and career and executive coaching.
Mrs. Bullock received a Bachelor of Public Administration degree (UDC/Magna Cum Laude–1983), a Master of Public Administration degree (American University/high honors–1986) and has studied public administration at the doctoral level (University of Southern California-1994-1998). At UDC, she was inducted into Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities and received the College of Business and Public Administration Faculty Award (1983) for outstanding scholastic achievement; at American University, she was elected to Pi Alpha Alpha Honorary Society for Students of Public Affairs and Administration.