Mack Bullard

Dr. Mack Bullard, the former director of strategic talent management for the Griffin-Spalding County School System, has been named the new superintendent of schools of Twiggs County Public Schools.

Bullard will begin the new role April 1. He was chosen from a field of 44 applicants, according to TCPS information.

“Dr. Bullard will provide leadership and strategic direction to the planning and implementation of all human resources functions and human resources matters in accordance with the district’s mission, vision, and goals. This includes attracting, recruiting, selection, hiring, developing, retaining, and succession planning of a highly effective staff,” according to a statement released by TCPS.

Bullard is the current assistant superintendent of human resources with the Bibb County School District since 2019.

“He is going to do an amazing job. As our Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, he demonstrated the competence, open communication and loyalty that everyone could believe in, and I’m sure he is going to take those qualities to Twiggs and help them continue on their road to success. Congratulations to Dr. Bullard,” Bibb County School District Superintendent Dr. Curtis Jones said of Bullard.

While he was with GSCS, Bullard led the development of the Quality Leaders Academy. He also led the district’s national recruitment plan and supervised the district’s teacher and leader evaluation system.

Bullard has many accomplishments, state level presentations, and has won many awards throughout his career. Most recently, his Interns as Teachers Program won the GASPA 2019 Platinum Award of Excellence.

Bullard’s work in leadership development and human resources won the GASPA 2016 Gold Award of Excellence for Strategic Partnerships and the 2015 Platinum Award of Excellence for Recruitment and Retention Practices.

Bullard attended Morris Brown College, where he earned a bachelor’s of science degree in psychology. He earned a master’s of education degree from the State University of West Georgia and a doctor of philosophy degree from the University of Southern Mississippi in educational administration and supervision.

He has served as an assistant professor in the Educational Leadership and Instruction Department of the University of West Georgia and assistant superintendent of school administration in Macon.

He also served as director of student services in Clayton County, as principal and assistant principal in Clayton County Schools, and as a special education teacher in the DeKalb County School System.

Bullard is married and has two children.