The William and Sally Dunlop Foundation Grant is named for two of our most honored Board Directors, Dr. William Dunlop, and Sally Dunlop. The Dunlop’s have devoted their lives to benefit the Livermore Community through their boundless philanthropy and kindness. We are proud to create this grant in their names.
Livermore Valley Education Foundation Director – Education Committee Dr. William H. Dunlop received his Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics from UCLA and has worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory since 1972. He served as Division Leader for thermonuclear weapons development and then as Program Leader overseeing the Non-Proliferation, Arms Control, and Treaty Verification work. This assignment included his membership in the US delegation to the Nuclear Testing Talks and then to the US delegation t the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva. He served as the Technical Advisor to the US Ambassador to the Conference on Disarmament during the negotiation of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty. Dr. Dunlop is currently the Chairman of the Nuclear Forensics Science Panel for the National Technical Nuclear Forensics Center. He also is co-chair of a panel of experts that supports the Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC). Dr. Dunlop Founded the Livermore Valley Education Foundation, became its first president and continues to serve on the LVEF Board. He served on the Livermore School Board from 2004 through 2014.
Sally Dunlop – As a member of the California Music Educators Association and the American Choral Directors Association, Ms. Dunlop presently serves on the Livermore Cultural Arts Council and the Commission for the Arts for the City of Livermore. She sings with the San Francisco Bay Area Chamber Singers who have sung at the Vatican, St. Marks Cathedral in Venice, Chartres Cathedral in France, and many countries throughout Europe. Ms. Dunlop taught choral music at Livermore and Granada High Schools in Livermore and directed the music for the musicals for 18 years. Her choirs have received Unanimous Superior ratings at festivals and toured to Southern California, Nevada, Hawaii, and New York City where they had the privilege of singing in Carnegie Hall.
Apply for a Bill and Sally Dunlop Foundation and Septe grant. Dunlop grant applications are due by January and September 30 each year