Christopher Mullins

Business Administrator
Monmouth-Ocean Educational Services Commission
United States


Mr. Christopher Mullins graduated from The University of Scranton in 1994 with a BS in Accounting. First employed as a School Business Administrator in May of 1999 starting in the Pleasantville School District. Major accomplishments included the completion of construction projects and the planning phases for new construction under the Abbott regulations. Mr. Mullins was then employed by the Robbinsville School District. His major accomplishment there was passing of a $60 million referendum and the design and construction of the 225,000 square foot Robbinsville High School resulting in the conversion of the District from a K-8 to a K-12 model. In July 2005, Mr. Mullins became the school business administrator in the Hazlet Township School District. Major accomplishments include bringing solar to the District, Bond Refinancing saving millions of dollars in interest, District Reconfiguration, which created full day kindergarten, and passing a $43 million referendum to complete district-wide renovations and upgrades. After over fifteen years in Hazlet, Mr. Mullins decided to join Monmouth-Ocean Educational Services Commission in December 2021 to help transform the Commission into a statewide leader. Improvements have been made in financial recordings, communications and client relationships. He hopes to continue to grow with the organization. He also serves as the school business administrator for the Highlands Elementary School District and the Bayshore Jointure Commission, a school for students with autism. Mr. Mullins has completed business office efficiency analysis and other studies for a number of Districts. Mr. Mullis has served on numerous county and state committees, including the NJASBO representative to NJSIAA and is currently the acting Secretary of the Monmouth County Association of School Business Officials. He has presented annual conferences and is on the advisory board of the Business Administrators Academy at Monmouth University.


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