Dr. Mark W. Mullins

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Mark W. Mullins – educational career began at Cocoa Beach Jr/Sr High School in 1994 as a mathematics teacher, Varsity Soccer Coach and Class sponsor. He later served as an Assistant Principal at Southwest Middle and Palm Bay High before becoming Principal of Clearlake Middle School in 2005. As principal, he led the school to improved student achievement, maintained an “A” grade from the FLDOE and attained an authorized International Baccalaureate Program. He then became an Area Superintendent where he directly supervised 29 schools in south Brevard, serving 25,000+ students across a diverse population. While Area Superintendent, schools maintained increased VAM scores and Instructional Culture Index scores above national averages.

Since, Dr. Mullins has served Brevard Public Schools as Deputy Superintendent/COO, leading the revitalized strategic plan and initiating the district’s first efficiency review process to improve organization processes. In July 2018, he was appointed as Superintendent.

Dr. Mullins earned a bachelor’s degree from Florida State University. Master’s and Doctorate degrees were earned from the University of Central Florida in Educational Leadership. Dissertation studied the impact of mobility on student’s achievement and the role of social capital to mitigate potential negative effects.

Currently Dr. Mullins serves on the Junior Achievement of the Space Coast board as Education Chairman and the NAACP South Chapter – Education Committee. He is a 2015 LEAD Brevard graduate; serves in the community as United Way Organization Site Champion, Take Stock in Children mentor and Children’s Hunger Project advocate.

Dr. Mark W. Mullins