Steven G. Bullard, Jan Huntley and Eve Oakley recently joined the board of directors of the Epilepsy Association of Greater Greensboro.
Bullard received his master's degree in business administration from the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, and his undergraduate degree from N.C. State University.He is business service officer for Branch Banking & Trust Co. and has worked at Duke's Fuqua School of Business, Central Carolina Bank & Trust Co, N.A. in Raleigh, and S.G.B. Inc. in Raleigh. He has served on the board of directors of the American Institute of Banking, Wake County.
Bullard is active in the Lions Club, Greensboro Preservation Society and the Jamestown chapter of Ducks Unlimited. He is a member of Old Greensborough Preservation Society and Greensboro Jaycees.
Huntley attended Shaw University in Raleigh and is pursuing a degree in political science at Greensboro College. She completed the Challenge Greensboro program earlier this year.
She is an administrative assistant for the Greensboro Education & Development Council Inc. and has worked at the Center for Creative Leadership and the United Way of Greater Greensboro.
She is a volunteer for the Old Greensborough Preservation Society, the National Black Child Development Institute's Greensboro affiliate, the Senate Action Voter Education Organization and Challenge Greensboro Alumni Organization. She is on the board of directors of the Guilford County Involvement Council and the Greensboro Public Schools Advisory Council for Exceptional Children.
Oakley is news information coordinator for the Greensboro Public Schools' Community Relations Department. She has been an award-winning reporter and feature writer for the Fayetteville Observer. In 1980 she won the first-place VESTA award, the nation's most prestigious award for newspaper food writing. Oakley also won four Carnation national awards for food writing and numerous awards from the N.C. Press Women's Association and the N.C. Press Association.
She has worked in the Greensboro schools' personnel department and the Guilford County Architect's Office. She has done free-lance writing and is working on two books.