TCC Names New Chief Finanical Officer

October 27, 2016
Tulsa Community College has named Mark McMullen as chief financial officer. His appointment was approved by the TCC Board of Regents during the Oct. 20 board meeting.

As CFO, McMullen will oversee Oklahoma’s largest community college and an annual budget exceeding $140 million with more than 2,000 employees. He was named Interim CFO earlier this year and previously served as Controller and Director of Finance.

Since joining TCC in 2010, he helped facilitate the further automation of the College’s purchasing department; worked closely with both the Facilities and IT departments to help fund and manage major capital projects; including the renovation of two main campus buildings and the refreshing of college-wide IT hardware and software; and implemented higher standards of financial reporting for both audited financial statements and state required reports. He also implemented the internal controls policy and procedures documentation project for the College.

“We are fortunate to have had Mark as a member of our team who was ready to step up to a leadership role as our chief financial officer,” TCC President & CEO Leigh B. Goodson said. “With the state funding challenges we continue to experience and the internal operation systems he has helped strengthen, his knowledge and experience will help us continue to meet our Strategic Plan and reach our goals as a college.”

He has a Master’s Degree in Accounting and Financial Analysis and a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Northeastern State University. McMullen is also a Certified Public Accountant.

He serves on the Ronald McDonald House Charities Board and is co-treasurer. He is also active in his church serving as section leader and a member of the hospitality team.