Lisa Bullock is the lovely wife of politician and attorney Steve Bullock, the governor and ex-Democratic presidential candidate.
Lisa’s husband has reportedly entered the race for the senate in Montana. He was Montana’s attorney general before being elected twice as governor. He also ran for president last year.
Bullock received his undergraduate degree from Claremont McKenna College and his law degree with honors from Columbia University Law School in New York. He has served as the 24th governor of Montana since 2013.
The 53-year-old has been happily married to Lisa Bullock for many years. Check out interesting facts about her.
#1 She also hails from Montana
Lisa Bullock was born Lisa Downs as the oldest of six children, to a psychology professor father and registered nurse mother. Her family is Irish Catholic.
#2 She is a Math nerd
Lisa 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 She worked for IBM
According to her First Lady of Montana profile, she has worked for IBM, Northrop Grumman, MAXIMUS, Public Knowledge, and has taught high school mathematics and computer science. Currently, she is a Research & Development Manager for Court View Justice Solutions.
#4 She’s done her part as Montana’s First Lady
Lisa who is an advocate for feeding kids, has championed a number of initiatives. She also helped start the Montana STEM Mentors. An initiative which asks women across Montana to become active leaders in their communities by mentoring young women who are interested in STEM related careers. She also serves as a Board Champion for the Montana Girls STEM Collaborative Project.
#5 She is an athletic mom
Lisa and her husband have been married since 1999. Since their nuptials they have welcomed three children Caroline, Alexandria and Cameron. The mom of three is pretty active in athletic activities including basketball, skiing and hiking.