Chief Dolly Hulin
Thomasville Fire Department
Dolly Hulin began her career in the fire service in 1994 volunteering with the Silver Valley Volunteer Fire Department. Currently she serves as a Division Chief with the City of Thomasville Fire Department (Davidson County), overseeing all public outreach activities in the community and managing the city’s risk management program for all city departments.
Dolly received an associate’s degree in Forestry Management Technology from Montgomery Community College (Troy NC) and a bachelor of arts in Business Management and Ethics from John Wesley College (Highpoint NC).
Dolly is a certified NC Fire Service Instructor II, NC Educational Methodology Instructor, and NC Fire & Life Safety Educator Instructor. She is a NC Fire Officer Level IV and a graduate of the NC Association of Fire Chiefs 2015 Chief Officers Executive Development Program. In 2017 Dolly received the NFPA Fire & Life Safety Educator of the Year Award.
Dolly has served in leadership roles on many community and state-wide boards including NC Fire & Life Safety Educators Council. During her tenure Dolly worked with many state organizations to develop and provide fire and life safety education to her community, the state, and the nation. Dolly presently serves as a director on the Tabernacle Volunteer Fire Department Board and the NC Piedmont Firefighters Association Board as South Director.
Outside of work, Dolly volunteers her time serving as a mentor to pass on the tradition of hunting and outdoor skills to citizens, with the North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission as a Hunter Education Instructor.
CHIEF DOLLY HULIN
City of Thomasville
712 East Main Street, P.O. Box 368
Thomasville, NC 27360
Work: (336) 475-5545