Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Former ALC President Mullinax becomes Executive VP at College of the Ozarks

The Springfield (MO) Business Journal is reporting that former Alice Lloyd College president Fred Mullinax has become the new executive vice president at the College of the Ozarks in Missouri. From the online article:

"Mullinax, a former dean at the Point Lookout school, started Aug. 1. In his new role, he acts on behalf of President Jerry C. Davis while Davis is traveling for the school, according to a news release. He also assists with special projects such as fund-raising and oversees some campus industries. He previously was a higher education consultant in Lexington, Ky., specializing in institutional advancement and international education programs, the release said. Prior to that, he was dean of public affairs at College of the Ozarks 1997–2001."

Jerry C. Davis, like Mullinax, is also a former president of Alice Lloyd College. Davis was president of ALC from 1977-1988. On a personal note, Mullinax, who served as Davis' successor at ALC from 1988-1995, was the speaker at my commencement ceremony at ALC in 2002. He had a great speech that day on service. I am sure he will do a great job at the College of the Ozarks. God bless him and his family.

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