Glenda Bullock, Senior Director, Research Administration, Department of Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis, was named to the Top 50 Women Leaders of Missouri for 2022 by Women We Admire, an organization that provides news and information on today’s women leaders across a variety of fields.
Women We Admire awards this recognition to women who are “leading within some of the state’s major industries including aerospace, agriculture, education, healthcare, electricity, and more. Their success provides a visualization of the pathway for future women leaders in the community.”
Bullock, commenting on the award, “I am truly honored and humbled to be included in this group of accomplished women from across Missouri.”
A School of Medicine employee for over twenty-five years, Bullock has served in research and business administration roles during her tenure. Today, Bullock is the Senior Director of Research Administration in the Department of Medicine and is responsible for the overall financial management of fifteen Divisions’ research activities, within the Department of Medicine as well as the Dean’s Physician Scientist Division.
Bullock is also an active member of the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), a non-profit professional society with the purpose of advancing expertise in the profession of research administration. A member since 1993, Bullock has volunteered her time in a variety of educational and leadership roles with NCURA. She currently serves as a member of the International and Departmental Traveling Workshop Faculty, and is an NCURA Peer Reviewer. She is also the recipient of the Kevin Reed Outstanding Professional Award in 1996 as well as the Distinguished Service Award for NCURA Region IV in 2007. Glenda received NCURA’s National Julia Jacobsen Distinguished Service Award in 2016.
Read more about Glenda Bullock and other recipients across Missouri in the Women We Admire post here. (Correction to her Women We Admire profile: Bullock does not have an undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis.)