At Terra State, Chari Mullen learned that she had the potential to succeed and she has done just that.
A Fremont native and 2004 graduate of Terra State, Mullen was appointed as the first Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the city of Fremont in October.
She graduated from Terra State with an Associate of Arts & Science with a concentration in social and behavioral sciences. She went on to receive her Bachelor of Criminal Justice with a concentration in justice administration and her Master of Business Administration with a concentration in leadership, both from Tiffin University.
Mullen has a long record of working in higher education. She started in administration, working with deans at Tiffin University and later became the assistant director of graduate student services. Mullen also served as director of football operations, helping organize team travel plans and academic advising for the student athletes. She also taught classes in organizational management.
After working at Tiffin University, Mullen then went on to work at the University of Toledo, working with the Division of Student Affairs. She worked directly with numerous sectors including student organizations, counseling center, title IX, residence life, student conduct and the multicultural center.
Aside from higher education, Mullen founded a nonprofit called Momma’s House with the help of a few Tiffin University faculty and staff members. Momma’s House helps youth find their purpose and encourages positive impact in their community.
DegreeSocial & Behavioral Sciences
EmployerCity of Fremont
Job TitleDiversity & Inclusion Director