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Mueller joins CEC as director of development

Following a successful track record as president of the Florida Council on EconomicEducation (FCEE), Clinton Mueller has joined the Council for Educational Change (CEC) as their director of development.

Mueller left his role as president of the FCEE, relocating to the South Florida community to marry his wife Danielle. “I am excited to continue fighting for quality educational efforts throughout our state. The Council for Educational Change is a fantastic organization with an outstanding mission, staff, and board. I couldn’t be happier to have this opportunity,” said Mueller.

The Council for Educational Change is a statewide not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving education through direct business partnerships with school principals. They have been a leader on a series of educational initiatives including the Florida Annenberg Challenge, Principal Leadership Standards, and Florida Leadership Academies.

Mueller is credited with turning around the FCEE, as well as a Habitat for Humanity affiliate in the Tampa Bay area. Mueller received the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 30 Under 30 Award for his efforts in turning around Habitat for Humanity. Mueller is committed to spending a lot of time here in the Jacksonville community. “Having put together the First Coast Business Hall of Fame while at the FCEE, I had the true honor of getting to know how passionate this community is about the quality of life here in Jacksonville. I can’t wait to begin working with many friends and business leaders here in Jacksonville again.”

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