Christopher Mullin joined Education Commission of the States as the director of Strong Start to Finish on Nov. 6, 2017. Prior, Chris was the executive vice chancellor of the Florida College System, where he oversaw academic and student affairs, research and analytics, and financial policy for 28 institutions. Chris earned his doctoral degree in higher education administration, as well as his bachelor’s degree, from the University of Florida. He also holds a master of education degree from Teachers College of Columbia University. A prolific researcher and writer, Chris has co-authored books, journal articles and policy briefs on the influence of state P-20 education structures on the educational decisions of both institutions and individuals. He was recognized with the Barbara K. Townsend Emerging Scholar Award in 2012, and selected as a National Education Finance Conference Distinguished Research & Practice Fellow in 2014.

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