Carol Fulp Bio

Carol Fulp is the Vice President of Community Relations at John Hancock Financial Services. Fulp oversees John Hancock's corporate giving program ensuring that Boston youth who are most in need are served. With one of the largest corporate volunteer programs in Boston, John Hancock became the first Massachusetts based company to be awarded the national Award for Excellence in Corporate Community Outreach by the Points of Light Foundation. Prior to joining John Hancock, Fulp served as Community Services/Human Resources Director for WCVB-TV, ABC-TV's Boston affiliate. Prior to WCVB-TV, she was Manager of Employee Relations at the Gillette Company.

Fulp has received a number of awards for her community outreach efforts including the African American Achievement Award from Boston Mayor Menino, the Pinnacle Award from the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, the Boston Municipal Research Bureau Shattuck Award, the YWCA Academy of Women Achievers Award and the New England Women's Leadership Award from the Colonel Daniel Marr Boys and Girls Club.

Fulp was appointed by Mayor Menino as a co-chair of Boston 2004, the organization formed to bring the Democratic National Convention to Boston. She is also a co-chair of the Massachusetts Governor's Conference for Women. She is the founder of a non-profit organization, Great Encounters For Girls which provides scholarships for girls to attend summer camp.