Freda Bullock is the Founder and Executive Director of Dorothy Mae Hall Women’s Center (DMHWC). Ms. Bullock founded DMHWC in an effort to give back to the community after observing the lack of resources; including affordable housing for low- income families. She recognized that by empowering families, help to foster positive growth within our communities.
Ms. Bullock earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Health from North Carolina Central University.
Freda has over twenty years experience working as an accomplished Case Manager, Counselor, and Community Organizer with adults, youth and families. Freda is at ease working with cross-cultural individuals with wide –range of needs. She has been a successful liaison with State and Federal agencies and catalyst for community services to increase availability of community awareness, relief and care plans.
You will find Ms. Bullock to be an honest, versatile, dedicated, passionate professional with a genuine love for people. She thoroughly enjoys working with and helping others.