Jeff Mullen Appointed Vice Chancellor For Finance

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Jeff Mullen
Jeff Mullen, who has served for seven years in various roles in the UACCM finance office, will serve as the college’s vice chancellor for finance effective immediately.

Mullen will replace Lisa R. Willenberg who was appointed UACCM chancellor last month.

“Jeff has done an exceptional job working in the finance department supervising student accounts operations, preparing budgets and financial reporting over the past several years.  Jeff has been instrumental in the design and planning phases of the Finance module for the UA System-wide Enterprise Resource Plan, better known as Project One,” said Chancellor Willenberg. “Jeff will do a great job for the finance division and UACCM. He brings commitment and professionalism to everything he does and has made a very positive impact to our campus operation.”

Since joining the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton, Jeff has exhibited a strong work ethic and has been commended by administration for his ability to quickly grasp all aspects of higher education finance, earning widespread respect in a very short time.

“I am very excited and humbled to be chosen to serve as the next Vice Chancellor for Finance at UACCM. I have had the privilege to work under Lisa’s leadership for the past seven years and have learned so much from her on how to handle all of the responsibilities that come from this position on a day-to-day basis," said Mullen. “I have grown to love this campus and all of the students, faculty and staff that we interact with every day. I am excited for the future of UACCM, and that I have the opportunity to continue to help shape this future.”

Jeff is a native of Russellville, Arkansas. He graduated with a bachelor of business administration in accounting from the University of Arkansas, and holds a master of business administration from the University of Central Arkansas. Jeff has applied to sit for the CPA exam in December.


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