Fraser BullockCOO & CFO
Fraser Bullock is a Co-Founder and Senior Advisor of Sorenson Capital, a private equity firm, which has approximately USD 1 billion in assets under management.
Bullock began his career as a consultant and manager at Bain & Company. He then became a founding partner of Bain Capital, a highly successful investment firm based in Boston.
In 1999, Bullock became Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of the Salt Lake Organising Committee for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. He played a key role in delivering one of the most successful Olympic Winter Games in history, including: recognition by the athletes as a great experience, which is notable given the focus on athlete-centered Games; near-flawless operations and generating a USD 100 million profit. For his Olympic service, Mr Bullock received the Olympic Order in Gold from the International Olympic Committee.
Bullock continues to be active in the Olympic Movement and has provided advisory services to: the IOC, including an important IOC working group; the US Olympic Committee, including a governance restructuring committee and helping to renegotiate the IOC/USOC revenue sharing agreement; and several cities hosting the Olympic Games, including Torino, Vancouver, Sochi and Rio. He also served as the Chairman of the Utah Athletic Foundation, which operates the Olympic legacy venues in Utah.
Bullock has been active in his community, serving as Chairman of the Governor’s Education Coalition and Vice Chair of the Governor’s Optimisation Commission. He has received numerous awards—in 2016 alone, he was inducted into the Utah Technology Hall of Fame, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from BusinessQ and was named Director of the Year by Utah Business.
Bullock received a Bachelor’s degree in economics and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Brigham Young University (BYU). He lives with his wife, Jennifer, in Alpine, and they are the parents of five children and eight grandchildren.