Garry D. Bulluck is the deputy chief of mobility innovation at the City of Detroit within the Mayor’s office. In this role, he is responsible for improving resident’s ability to access resources and opportunities in the city and region. These efforts include working with local public transit officials to optimize existing transit, introduction of new mobility as a service options and preparing the city and residents for the infrastructure needs and impact of automated and connected vehicles.
Previously, Bulluck served as the Mayor’s district manager in City Council District 3. During his tenure, he was charged with leading efforts to address blight and crime, implementation of city-wide initiatives that developed and fostered opportunities for business and residents, as well as building neighborhood leadership through the establishment of block clubs, business and community development associations.
Prior to his City service, Bulluck has worked with higher education and government institutions in Michigan, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Michigan State University where he holds a master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning, as well as bachelor’s degree in Political Economics.