Bulluck Kofi
Milken Scholar 2018
Scholar Profile

Kofi Bulluck

International Relations


Kofi is a Major Gifts Organizer for a Boston-based nonprofit called Corporate Accountability which aims to stop transnational corporations from perpetuating environmental injustice, attacking human rights, and devastating democracy internationally. Prior, his commitment to advocacy led him to work at Food and Water Watch and the Baldwin House Community Collective. At the Baldwin House, he joined a group of DC-based organizers working to create an affordable housing cooperative and mutual aid hub for working-class Washingtonians.

Kofi graduated from Yale with a degree in Ethnicity, Race and Migration. At Yale, Kofi was an active as a member of the Yale Black Men’s Union’s Edward Bouchet Mentoring Program, the Yale Legal Assistance Association, and the Dwight Hall Peace Initiative.

High school:  School Without Walls Senior High School


College Year Degree
Yale College
New Haven, CT
2022 B.A. Ethnicity, Race, and Migration