Rep. Wendy Ullman's Biography

Wendy Ullman was elected in November 2018 to serve as state representative for the 143rd District.

Ullman has taught English at Bucks County Community College and Montgomery County Community College for 30 years and has worked with thousands of students from all walks of life. As one of more than 750 faculty members, she has actively collaborated with colleagues, and she has chaired and served on numerous committees and the negotiating team for the American Federation of Teachers. As an educator, she has seen firsthand the empowering effect of mastering critical thinking and communication skills.

Ullman brings collaborative skills and a fresh perspective to Harrisburg. Her experience as a parent, educator and wife of a small-business owner have impressed on her the necessity of being a fiscal realist. As representative, she is focused on creating an economy that works for everyone, not just big corporations.

Ullman is a member of the Delaware and Lehigh Natural Heritage Corridor, Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition and Moms Demand Action.

She lives in Plumstead Township with her husband, Dan, and dog, Gracie. She and Dan raised three daughters, all graduates of Central Bucks schools, who have become accomplished women.