New Vice President for CF, Director for Appleton Museum
Sept. 25, 2012
The College of Central Florida has announced the appointment of Joe Mazur as vice president of Administration and Finance and Cindi Morrison as director of the Appleton Museum of Art, College of Central Florida.
“We welcome Mr. Mazur and Ms. Morrison to the CF family and are excited about their experience as we build our leadership team,” said Dr. James Henningsen, CF president. “Mr. Mazur has extensive experience in accounting and finance, as well as computer information systems. Ms. Morrison comes to CF from a university museum and is familiar with the museum accreditation process, which is invaluable as we work toward accreditation for the Appleton.”
Mazur, who begins his service at CF on Oct. 8, has nearly 15 years of experience with the Florida College System and has served as dean of finance at Indian River State College since 2006. He served in finance and accounting roles at Edison State College, Fort Myers, and as an accountant with the Florida Prepaid College Program. He has Bachelors of Science in Finance and Accounting from Florida State University, and a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems from Florida Gulf Coast University. He is a Certified Public Accountant.
“I’m happy to become part of the CF family and the Marion, Citrus and Levy communities,” Mazur said. “I’m looking forward to serving the students, faculty and staff in fulfilling the college mission.”
Cindi Morrison has been director of the Mulvane Art Museum at Washburn University in Topeka, Kan., since 2008. The museum has a collection of more than 4,000 objects from around the world and hosted over 120,000 guests in 2011. Morrison has almost 35 years of experience at sites including the Lancaster Museum of Art in Pennsylvania; Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts; and Zoller and Chambers Galleries, School of Visual Arts at Pennsylvania State University. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts from Edinboro University in Pennsylvania. Her service at the Appleton begins on Nov. 16, prior to the site visit of the American Association of Museums as part of the museum accreditation process.