Carol McMullen

Retired Educator

With more than 40 years of combined experience in education and construction management, Carol is a seasoned professional adept at both teaching and leadership. She is passionate about education and bringing out the best in others.

Carol spent a decade honing her skills as an English educator from junior high level to adult GED education and English as a Second Language (ESL) courses before transitioning into a three-decade-long career dedicated to creating and implementing construction management and leadership programs. She created and implemented nationally recognized management and leadership programs for the commercial construction industry. She was a founder of a nationally acclaimed  leadership program, now in its 30th year with numerous awards and over 800 graduates. Carol’s expertise extends to event planning, having orchestrated annual educational construction conventions and various associated events.

Outside of her professional endeavors, Carol finds joy in spending time with her grandchildren, cheering for the Packers, delving into a good book, and enjoying music. Since 2011, she has been an active member of the East Valley Chorale, lending her voice to their performances that reach audiences through platforms like Spotify and Pandora. Carol’s diverse experiences make her a valuable asset in any setting.

Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree in English Education and Communication, University of Wisconsin
  • Associates Degree in Marketing

Certifications and Organizations

  • Arizona State University Construction Advisory Committee
  • Arizona State University Construction “Plus One” Award
  • Associated General Contractors Education Award
  • Associated Builders & Contractors Education Award
  • Arizona Society of Association Executives highest award
  • East Valley Chorale
  • Matthew’s Crossing Food Bank
  • I-HELP Meals Food Bank
  • The Academy for Construction Excellence Advisory Council

“I commend this group who recognized additional educational opportunities for our construction industry.”

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