Carroll Schroeder

Executive Director California Alliance of Child and Family Services

Dear Lloyd Bullard: I just wanted to somewhat belatedly thank you for your presentation at our Fall 2003 Executive’s Conference in Indian Wells. We received such positive feedback on your session. I truly appreciate your willingness to join us in the desert and share your experience and expertise with our member agency executives. Your participation in the conference proved a very vital part in making it a success. And it was a success; many said our best conference ever. If the Alliance or I can be of help to you in the future, please do not hesitate to call. Best regards

Joseph K. Mullen,


Dear Lloyd Bullard: Congratulations to you and your project team on the completion of a benchmark for the field. The service difference that children and youth in care experience now and in the future is and will be very much related to your efforts. You and your colleagues should be very proud of your accomplishments. Please keep in touch with further developments and projects. Best regards,

Lynda E. Frost

Lynda E. Frost Associate Director for Mental Health; Policy and Law Hogg Foundation, The University of Texas at Austin

Dear Lloyd Bullard: Thank you again for your participation as a speaker for the Thirteenth Robert Lee Sutherland Seminar, Safe and Appropriate Behavior Intervention: Changing the Culture of Care. The tremendous success of the Seminar is in no small part a tribute to your valuable presentation and participation in other sessions. The positive feedback from Seminar participants was off the charts; we had wonderful success on many fronts. First we drew a tremendous turnout from the community, with almost 250 participants attending the Seminar. Second, we drew an incredibly diverse audience, with solid representation from urban and rural communities across the state and a variety of professional roles and agencies. Third, we fostered many new connections among participants, which we hope will continue and provide support for ongoing agency culture change. Thanks again for joining us. As we develop them, I will send you products from the Seminar and information about our plans for follow-up. In the meantime, as we discussed on the second day of the Seminar, I have been working on incorporating information from your lunch presentation into your paper. I will contact you shortly about the publication process. Best wishes for a happy 2005!

Frank Delano

Director JBFCS Child Care Training Institute New York, New York Leadership Prince William

Lloyd Bullard was the featured keynote speaker at our third child care graduation ceremony in New York City. Lloyd turned out to be the perfect choice for this event as his extensive experience as a practitioner and leader in the field in residential child care, as well as his ability to relate well to audience members ranging from direct service child care workers to our CEO or Board Members who were present at the ceremony. I have worked with Lloyd for many years in his role at CWLA and have always been impressed with his commitment to quality care for children and his leadership and insistence on high professional standards in that process. I consider Lloyd one of the true giants in residential child care in the United States.

Molly B. Grove

Education Session Chair

Dear Lloyd Bullard: On behalf of the entire Education Session Committee for Leadership Prince William, I would like to express my sincere thank you for your expertise in your presentation to the inaugural leadership class on Thursday January 17th. You were able to show the reality of the hot issues facing education today and built the enthusiasm in the class to become advocates on educations behalf in our local region. You had an immense impact on these up and coming business leaders in the community. We were honored to have you accept our invitation to participate in this inaugural class program. We recognize the importance of public and private education in this community and realize the successes in the future will happen through continued collaborations and commitment of partnerships between the business community and the education organizations in this region. Thank you for making a positive difference in the lives of our local leaders. Sincerely

Kathy R. Ellington

George Mason University

On behalf of the 2008 Class of Leadership Prince William, thank you. Your participation in our recent Education Session was greatly appreciated. Essential to any community’s success is leadership that creates an inclusive environment and promotes a shared vision. Leadership Prince William strives to give class members a renewed commitment to their community by providing strategic information. Your candid discussion with our class members provided a means by which our participants could ask questions one on one. Again, thank you for your support of Leadership Prince William. Kindest regards

Gerald P. Mallon, DSW

Professor and Executive Director National Resource Center for Family-Centered Practice and Permanency Planning Hunter College School of Social Work A Service of the US HHS/ACF Children’s Bureau New York, NY

Lloyd Bullard worked with our office to be a member of the Louisiana Residential Child Welfare Commission. Mr. Bullard brought the Commission an expertise that he alone has in the field of residential child welfare services. In addition, Mr. Bullard provided expertise for the residential providers directly in assisting them in examining models of residential services. Mr. Bullard and his company (LBIC Consulting Services, Inc., LBIC) provide a high level of competence in his consultation. He is highly regarded in the field and this respect is merited.

Kristal S. Nicholson, MA, LPC

Program Development Specialist National Resource Center for Youth Services The University of Oklahoma OUTREACH Tulsa, Oklahoma

Dear Lloyd Bullard: Your training of new supervisors in the field of youth work can be summed up in two words, thorough and practical. Participants still voice how the opportunity to grapple with their peers about everyday experiences was empowering. Many continue to share how the strategies provided were effective and easily implemented as situations arose in their workplace. In addition, your genuineness and passion about youth work is contagious. Your willingness to be a resource outside of the workshop to participants was admirable and demonstrates why you are known as a model leader in the field. Sincerely

Beverly Hammonds-Bolds

SSP School Psychologist Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

Mr. Lloyd Bullard has provided me with consultation in the following areas for over ten years; Positive Behavior Intervention & Support (PBIS), the writing and development of treatment goals, behavior management and cultural diversity. His level of expertise, knowledge and skills is extensive and has had a great bearing on the quality of services that I have been able to provide as a School Counselor and Psychologist to students and their parents. Consulting with him and reading his numerous publications have had a positive impact on my ability to successfully assist students and their parents. He is extremely passionate about helping children and families achieve a better live. Mr. Bullard is always willing to provide technical assistance without the need to bill me for his time. I am certainly pleased to know that he is always just an email or phone call away. We need more professional consultants like Mr. Bullard. I have and will continue to recommend him to others in the school and child welfare systems. Mr. Bullard is definitely an “expert” and an “asset”.  

Bill Kearney

Owner WBKEARNEY & Associates

I have worked with Lloyd Bullard and LBIC Consulting Services, Inc. on a number of projects and collaborations over the past decade ranging from program start-up to human trafficking. Over the last year and half we have partnered and collaborated to develop a new Management/Supervisory Training Program. He brought a practitioner-driven, research-informed approach to products we are both proud of. When I created youth development materials that required review by experienced professionals, Lloyd was the first person I thought of, and his input enhanced the final product. Lloyd is the consummate professional that balances substantive knowledge with process management skills to achieve extraordinary results. Respectfully,

Jodi Doane

Human Capital Advisor, Messaging for Success… helping you say what you mean

Working as a consultant with LB International Consulting is always a joy. Mr. Bullard’s work is always high-quality and thorough. As a part of his team working with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations, Mr. Bullard’s facilitation of interactive discussions helped service providers to talk through situations that have arisen or may arise as the service grows, and to develop solutions that will work in a standardized fashion system-wide. His thorough preparation ensured that all aspects of the project were addressed, and final work product was professional, informative, and a tool to be relied on to guide program implementation for years to come.

Alan C. Korz

Executive Director The Episcopal Center for Children

Mr. Lloyd Bullard of LB International Consulting, was contracted by The Episcopal Center for Children in July 2012, as a consultant. The task he faced was monumental – how to help an established and highly-regarded treatment center for emotionally troubled children respond to a corrective action plan imposed by a state education agency department. Essentially, the plan was to transform the program from a treatment model to a public school model. In hindsight, the department imposing the change was misdirected and poorly informed, and yet in order to maintain a positive working relationship and referral source, the decision was made to maximize the change that could best help the program and to minimize change that would not. Eventually, every aspect of the existing program was examined in one way or another, and every process and every relationship of one function to another was on the table. It was a program-wide upheaval to be sure, but one that needed to be done. Mr. Bullard orchestrated the efforts in a deft, determined and most effective manner. He understands social services organizations, roles, responsibilities and how best to employ a staff’s energy to initiate a level of change that would require everybody’s buy-in. To accomplish what he did while the classrooms were still operating, therapy sessions being conducted and the onslaught of daily crises with children and families, was clearly the work of a masterful person. Skilled, sensitive, thoughtful, effective, and with an unfailing passion, he was able to relate to everyone on staff. We were pleased to have Mr. Bullard with us during an unsettled time. His expertise and his guidance were invaluable, and I can recommend him without reservation.

Dr. Raquel Hatter

Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Human Services

Mr. Bullard worked with the Tennessee Department of Human Services to develop the Human Trafficking Services Coordination and Service Delivery Plan of 2013. His expertise helped to guide the process of plan development through a variety of methods including large strategy sessions, extensive research and survey administration/analyses. His collaborative and practical approach led to a very dynamic group of participatory stakeholders, including service providers, law enforcement, human trafficking survivors and national agencies. Through the establishment of this plan, Tennesseans now have a preliminary groundwork for addressing the issue of human trafficking through education, awareness, and coordinated service delivery. LBIC Consulting Services, Inc. (LBIC) helped to make this a reality, and we look forward to the positive impacts of this foundational plan. In Service to Others,  


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