How Leadership Memphis Uses Project Management to Build Our Community

Posted by admin_ck on 10/01/2018 12:00 am  

Meeting Date: November 13, 2018 at 6 PM, 365 South Main St, Memphis.

Jared Bulluck

  Jared Bulluck will share how Leadership Memphis accomplishes it mission, to prepare and mobilize leaders to work together for the good of the whole community, by using project management within small teams and multiple vendors to achieve community objectives within tight budget constraints.  He will also share the Leadership Memphis’ 4-program continuum that offers something for everyone who is part of the community leadership eco-system with the belief that graduates are the very people who will change Memphis – and in so doing – change the world.


  •   Jared is the Senior Director of Community and Alumni Engagement for Leadership Memphis. Although he is not a native of Memphis, he now embraces the city as his home.
  •   While at the University of Memphis, Jared became motivated to get to know his Memphis community through the MILE Program (Memphis Institute for Leadership Education). During his time in the MILE program, he and helped create a community-wide pep rally called the Spirit of Memphis in April 2010.  The Spirit of Memphis helped to throw 27 pep rallies across the City of Memphis in 3 days, reaching over 10,000 people in addition to numerous television and radio appearances. Jared then began an internship at MPACT Memphis working to keep young professionals in the City of Memphis. From MPACT, he moved to an intern position at Leadership Memphis.
  •   After graduating in 2010 from the University of Memphis where he participated in various bands, Jared held several positions at Leadership Memphis.  He has been Programs and Communications Assistant, Program Coordinator, and finally, Senior Director of Community and Alumni Engagement.

  In his current role Jared seeks out new partnerships for Leadership Memphis as well as playing a lead role in marketing, communications, development, and recruitment efforts. Among his roles has been leading the Executive program which takes senior managers and CEOS from Memphis and immersing them in Memphis culture, history, and day to day life. Jared has been involved with Mayor Strickland’s River Front Task Force as well as many young professional groups such as Mayor Luttrell’s Young Professional Council. He has an MBA from Christian Brothers University as well as the Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Memphis.

Note: Free parking is available on the street next to Leadership Memphis on Talbot St. and on S. Main St. after 5PM. 

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