Chris Bulbulia is a fundraising & multimedia marketing strategist from Washington, DC, who has focused his career on advancing public support for music & the humanities throughout the DC metropolitan area. With a life-long passion for the arts, Chris graduated from Grinnell College with a B.A. degree in Theatre with a focus on Production, and received an Management Intensive from the DeVos Institute of Arts Management at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
He has served countless non-profits as a Grants Panelist for the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities; Lead Reader/ Grants Panelist for the Arts Council of Fairfax County; and as a Selection Committee member for the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s Advancement in Management award. He currently volunteers as a Planning Committee member for Arts Administrators of Color DMV, and as a Steering Committee Member of Arts Action DC—a coalition of for-profit & non-profit professionals calling for progressive economic development, cultural planning, and sustained government funding.
In his free time, Chris performs as a founding member & lead singer of DMV band—Dr. Badlove and the Remedies—and works passionately on the organizing team for Funk Parade—DC’s largest celebration of local music & culture.
With proven success in corporate, foundation & government relations, and large-scale digital, print, radio & television campaigns, Chris brings love for the DMV to the Blue Room Productions team. Contact Chris at (240) 765-4898, or email him at [email protected].