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Janet Johnson Bullard named to Western New England University Board of Trustees

Published: August 10, 2016 | Categories: All News

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Janet Bullard

Janet Johnson Bullard

Janet Johnson Bullard ’69 of Warren, RI, was named to the Western New England University Board of Trustees. President Anthony S. Caprio announced the appointment, which the Board approved during its June meeting. 

Bullard is an alumna of the University, holding the B.B.A. in Management. She is the Owner, President and Registered Investment Advisor of A.T. Whitehead, Inc., an investment management firm headquartered in Tampa, FL, with offices in Watertown, MA, and Bristol, RI. She previously spent more than three decades as a trust investment portfolio manager at Third National Bank Hampden County, Citizens Bank, Shawmut Bank, and Bank of New England. 

Bullard is past president of the Providence Society of Financial Analysts; a past director of the Boston Security Analysts Society, where she served on the Education Committee; and a past director of the Providence Rotary club.  She has lectured at Northeastern University, the University of Massachusetts, Brown University and the New England School of Banking at Williams College. She has authored two books: Principles of Investment Management (1980) and Personal Finance Planning (1984).

Bullard is a native of Montreal, Canada. In addition to her degree from Western New England, she earned the MBA from Northeastern University in 1978, completed the Investment Management Program at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. She has served on the Board of the Lown Cardiovascular Research Foundation and chaired its investment committee.

Bullard has established the Janet Johnson Bullard Annual Scholarship, and the Janet Johnson Bullard Endowed Scholarship Fund. She also serves on the College of Business Student Managed Investment Fund Advisory Board, and has supported the Cohen Trading Room Technology Maintenance Fund.