Lisa Bullock is the first lady of Montana, her husband is Steve Bullock –the democrat who has served as the Governor of Montana since 2013.
Lisa’s husband is the latest Democrat to launch a 2020 presidential campaign. 53-year-old Steve is a life-long Montanan, born in Missoula and raised in Helena.
He graduated from Helena High School and later attended Claremont McKenna College in California. He obtained his law degree from Columbia Law School in New York.
Bullock entered Montana politics working for the Montana secretary of state and later the state’s Department of Justice. Bullock entered private practice and later ran for attorney general in 2008 and became Montana’s governor in 2012. He’s been happily married to Lisa Bullock, for many years. Meet her below.
#1 She is a native of Montana
Lisa Downs was born in Helena, Montana. According to her profile on the National Governors Association (NGA); Lisa is the oldest of six children. Her father is a psychology professor and her mother a registered nurse.
#2 She attended University in Los Angeles
She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Carroll College in Helena, and attended graduate school at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California where she worked on her Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics.
#3 Lisa has worked as a math teacher
Lisa has worked for several large corporations –such as IBM, Northrop Grumman, MAXIMUS, Public Knowledge –and has taught high school mathematics. Currently, she is a Research & Development Manager for Court View Justice Solutions.
#4 She has two daughters and a son
Steve and Lisa Bullock are the proud parents of three children: daughters Alexandria and Caroline and a son, Cameron Bullock. She has served as a coach for her children’s basketball teams.
#5 She has been active in her duties as a first lady
The political spouse and mom of three is also passionate about children. She is an advocate for feeding kids who come to school hungry and also serves as a Board Champion for the Montana Girls STEM Collaborative Project.
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