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Diana Kaiser Bulger

Diana Bulger headshot

Diana K. Bulger is a Mayor-appointed Trustee on the District of Columbia Retirement Board of Trustees. Ms. Bulger serves as Sergeant-at-Arms of the Board and as Vice Chair of the Legislative Committee. She is also a member of the Investment Committee..

Ms. Bulger has been the director of public relations for The Fairmont Washington, DC since 2003. She has created an annual Fashion Show for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, held a fundraiser for the Washington Animal Rescue League, created partnerships with the World Wildlife Fund and Francis Jr. High School. She also formed an alliance for the hotel with Guiding Eyes for the Blind. She serves as the Eco-Chair of the Fairmont’s environmental committee.

Prior to joining the Fairmont, she was the vice president of Hisaoka Public Relations and oversaw several hospitality related clients, and was responsible for the opening public relations efforts for five Kimpton Hotels, including the Hotel Monaco. She also oversaw public relations efforts for many events, including DC Filmfest. She was also the owner and president of Kaiser Communications, a hotel, restaurant, community relations, event planning and public relations company.

Previously, Ms. Bulger was the regional director of public relations for Loews L’Enfant Plaza Hotel in Washington, DC and Loews Annapolis Hotel in Annapolis, Maryland from 1990 to 1998. She also served as the spokesperson for both properties and was a member of the Washington Convention and Visitors Association’s public relations committee. Ms. Bulger began her public relations career at the Vista International Hotel as the assistant public relations manager. In 1987, she became the Director of Public Relations for the Hotel Washington.

Ms. Bulger is a member in good standing of Destination DC. She has penned columns for the Greater Washington Association Executives Magazine Executive Update and Potomac Life Magazine.

She attended Oldfields School in Glencoe, Maryland and Franklin College in Lugano, Switzerland.

Her current term expires on January 27, 2014.