Norwell-based Jack Conway, Realtor announced that Governor Deval Patrick has appointed Conway President/CEO Carol Bulman to a 4-year term on the Board of Trustees at Bridgewater State University (BSU). The Governor congratulated Bulman in a recent letter notifying her of the appointment.
“Lieutenant Governor Murray and I appreciate your willingness to serve the Commonwealth in this capacity,” said Patrick. “Your experience and sound judgment will contribute substantially to the Board. I wish you great success as we move forward.”
Bulman and Jack Conway Co. have always had close ties with the university. BSU President Dr. Dana Mohler-Faria is a former Conway Country Citizen of the Year, Bulman was the keynote speaker at the 2012 commencement ceremony of the University’s graduate students, and her daughter Corie Bulman Nagle is a master’s degree candidate at the school.
“I’m honored to serve on the BSU Board of Trustees,” said Bulman. “This university is constantly expanding its programs and opportunities for the more than 11,000 students who go there. I am proud to work with a group that will help further its goals and mission. It’s wonderful to have such a progressive education institution right here in our own backyard.”
A Scituate mother of four, Bulman is a graduate of Providence College and the National Mortgage Bankers School in Chicago. She is a past president of the Massachusetts Mortgage Association and serves on the Executive Committees for the South Shore Hospital Foundation Board and the South Shore Chamber of Commerce. She also served as a member of the BSU Foundation. She is also a member of the Operating Committee of New England Mortgage Professionals, Conway’s financial arm in partnership with PNC Bank.