#12335 Bill Bullock
Bill credits Camp with changing his life when he arrived in 1977. As a second generation camper, he says “I had no idea what lay in store for my three idyllic summers.” Wisdom from coaches on the baseball diamond, Steve Wertimer’s antics at the microphone and Willy Schmidt’s leadership remain as highlights of Bill’s formative years at Camp. All three of his children have had their own Dudley/Kiniya experience. He is excited to be connected to our Camps in this new way. Bill looks forward to contributing his skills and experience to help Dudley and Kiniya continue as leaders in changing the lives of children from all over the world.
Bill graduated from Colby College in 1989 and started his career in commercial banking with the Bank of New England, Fleet Bank and Merrill Lynch. Bill then followed his passion for the outdoors and fly fishing by joining the Orvis Company in Manchester, Vermont. Bill then entered the world of nonprofits and education by serving as the Executive Director of the American Museum of Fly Fishing in Manchester, VT. In 2007, Bill and his wife Bebe joined the faculty at Berkshire School in Sheffield, MA where he currently teaches US History and Economics and Philanthropy and does special project work in Advancement. During his nine years at Berkshire, he has worn many hats, serving as their Director of Advancement, III Form Academic Dean (9th Graders) and Associate Director of Admissions. He also coaches soccer, squash and golf and oversees their fly fishing club.