Ms. Bulldis earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry from Georgetown College in 2004. She attended graduate school at the University of Arizona, where she completed over nine graduate courses in Analytical Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry.
In 2006, Ms. Bulldis joined Sion Power, a small R&D battery company in Tucson, AZ. She worked on projects for the development of lithium sulfur batteries, leading to a U.S. Patent, Release System for Electrochemical Cells (20110068001) released in March 2011, U.S. Patent, Release System for Electrochemical Cells (20140079994) released in March 2014, and U.S. Patent Polymer for Use as Protective Layers of Other Components in Electrochemical Cells (20150180337) released in June of 2015.
Ms. Bulldis was led to BASIS Curriculum Schools by her love of teaching and a desire to inspire junior scientists. She taught Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, and an elective in Forensic Chemistry at BASIS Tucson North, in Tuscon, AZ.
Ms. Bulldis left Tucson when her husband's job transferred to northern Virginia, but she had the opportunity to stay in the BASIS Curriculum Schools network by joining BASIS Independent McLean. She is excited to continue her passion for teaching Middle School students as a Subject Expert Teacher.