Greg Bull selected as new superintendent for the Southeast District

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Americas Director for Student Excellence, Dr. Judith Minor, announced last week that Greg Bull had been selected as the new DoDEA Superintendent for the Southeast District.

Greg Bull selected as new superintendent for the Southeast District

Americas Director for Student Excellence, Dr. Judith Minor, announced last week that Greg Bull had been selected as the new DoDEA Superintendent for the Southeast District.


“I am pleased to announce that Mr. Greg Bull is the new Southeast District Superintendent,” said Minor. “His diverse DoDEA experience at the elementary, middle and high school levels in the Americas and Europe regions, coupled with his operations acumen, will prove invaluable assets in his new role.”


One of Bull’s first goals will be to recruit a new community superintendent for Fort Knox, a new position that increases leadership capacity for student, school, talent, organizational and outreach excellence.


“I am honored to have this tremendous opportunity to lead the Southeast District as we continue to grow and strengthen our excellence together. I am committed to the DoDEA mission and am honored to continue to serve our military communities in this new role,” Bull said. “We have an amazing team of DoDEA employees in all positions and I look forward to continuing our journey together as we continue to deliver educational excellence to every student in our district.


Since 2019, Bull has served as Chief of Staff for the DoDEA Americas Southeast District. In this role, he led organizational change, led strategic planning, managed conflict and crisis, improved organizational culture, educated key stakeholders, and developed more effective processes. He also coordinated business support services, registration eligibility, congressional investigations, serious occurrence reporting, and directed administrative support operations, such as district travel, coordination of management/personnel and financial/business operations.


Bull began his DoDEA career teaching preschool special education for nine years in Fort Jackson, South Carolina, before becoming a school administrator in Fort Campbell, Kentucky in July 2010. As a teacher, he held leadership positions to include the student support team. chair, the chair of continuous school improvement and crisis prevention intervention instructor. He was named Teacher of the Year at Pierce Terrace School in 2007.


Bull has extensive administrative experience, including serving as vice-principal at Andre Lucas Elementary in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, acting principal at Wassom Middle School, vice-principal at Fort Campbell High School in Kentucky, principal at Kaiserslautern Middle School and Spangdahlem Middle School in Germany, and director of SHAPE High School in Belgium.


In 2012, Bull led Kaiserslautern Middle School through successful school accreditation. In July 2014, at Spangdahlem Middle School, he led the school becoming a Green Ribbon winner in 2018. Additionally, he was named Secondary School Principal of the Year in the 2017 school year.


Bull earned his bachelor’s degree from Coker College, a master’s degree in special education from the University of South Carolina, and a master’s degree in educational administration and supervision from the University of Phoenix.


Bull and his 17-year-old wife, Searcy, with whom he has three children and a granddaughter. They are happy to be part of the Southeast District and look forward to future experiences with DoDEA.



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