John F. McMullan is chief executive officer of Camden Real Estate, an Atlanta-based company that he founded in 1990. He also serves as a director of Life Care Centers of America Inc., which operates more than 280 skilled nursing, assisted living and retirement centers in 28 states. He has been affiliated with Life Care since its inception in 1976.
Previous CEO positions McMullan has held include SMS Investment Associates Inc. and McMullan & Co. accounting firm.
During the 1960s, McMullan was an assistant professor of tax and accounting theory at both Georgia State University and the University of South Florida. He also served as a senior accountant at Price Waterhouse.
McMullan is a trustee of UGA's Arch Foundation and an emeritus trustee of the University of Georgia Foundation. His professional affiliations include the American Institute of CPAs, the Georgia Society of CPAs and the National Conference of CPA Practitioners, of which he is a former chairman.
McMullan's mother was one of 10 children, all of whom graduated from college. His father, Thomas Leverette McMullan graduated from UGA in 1929 with a degree in agricultural economics. He was a Newton County extension agent, as well as a district agent for the UGA Cooperative Extension Service.
McMullan is a member of Sigma Chi, and he was instrumental in rebuilding the fraternity house on the UGA campus. He is also a past president of the Touchdown Club of Atlanta.