Judge Carmella Mullen
Mrs. Carmella Mullen was appointed to the Court of Judicial Discipline by Pennsylvania Governor, Tom Corbett on September 26, 2011 and reappointed to the Court on March 5, 2013.
Mrs. Mullen is strategically astute and has excellent communication, analytical, organizational, fundraising and team & consensus building skills. She has a tremendous wealth of experience, knowledge and expertise in working with initiatives that are essential to the field of community service and alternative dispute resolution. She is a dedicated volunteer and has donated countless hours to activities in a variety of civic and community organizations
She serves on the Board of Governors for the Amen Corner & Law Enforcement Committee to review nominations from police chiefs, FOP lodges, DA, Sheriff and other police organizations to award outstanding law enforcement service, Law Enforcement Officers Memorial (LEOM) to generate increased public support for the law enforcement profession by permanently recording and appropriately commemorating the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers and Police and Community Together and Community Oriented Problem Solving to help establish good relations and interaction between the community and law enforcement officers.
Mrs. Mullen has worked towards saving neighborhoods and local communities within Allegheny County. She was appointed to serve on the Braddock Planning Commission in 1998 and was elected Chairman from 2001-2003, She's a former board member of the Braddock Field Historical Society, TriBoro Development Forum, Braddock Enhancement Task Force, Grandview Chamber of Commerce Image & Beautification Committee, Enterprise Zone Corporation of Braddock (EZCB), a major engine for economic development in Allegheny County and Save Our Community Hospital (SOCH) an organization created to stop the closing of Braddock Hospital.
Married to a Marine, Mrs. Mullen is very concerned with preserving the honor, dignity and integrity of US Military Veterans. She is a founding member of the Tuskegee Airmen Memorial, Chairman of the Braddock Veteran Memorial Fund, events volunteer for Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Museum/ Brick for Pathways to History, Shepherd's Heart Fellowship for homeless veterans, organizer for the Welcome Home Vietnam Veteran Event of Southwestern, PA and a volunteer for the Marines Toys for Tots Program.
Mrs. Mullen is an active member of Firearm Owners Against Crime (FOAC), National, Organization for Women (NOW), volunteers for the American Cancer Society and serves on the Advisory Board for Gateway Rehabilitation Center.
Mrs. Mullen has received the Community Honoree Award from The Eckerd Salute to Women (1997), Above & Beyond the Call of Duty Award (1998) from United Churches, The Academy Award for Volunteerism (2003) from the Pittsburgh Film Office, Labor Day Parade Outstanding Service Award (2008) from Allegheny county Labor Council, the St. Patrick's Day Parade Outstanding Service Award (2009) from The Parade Committee, the Recognition Award (2011) for years of service for Planning the annual POW/MIA Vigil from Vietnam Veterans, Inc. and a Proclamation for Outstanding Service to Veterans (2011) from the County of Allegheny, the St. Patrick's Day Outstanding Success and Dedication Award (2012) from The Parade Fundraising Committee, the Recognition Award (2012) for perpetual assistance in making the Veterans Day Breakfast successful and for her commitment to the Veteran Community of Western Pennsylvania from Friends of Danang.
In addition, in 2012 Mrs. Mullen was awarded a replica of the Congressional Gold Metal, its highest award, which was awarded to the Tuskegee Airmen on March 29, 2007 in recognition of the brilliant combat record of airmen compiled during World War II despite having to overcome bigotry, segregation and discrimination. Mrs. Mullen was recognized for her commitment to community service generally and specifically her 24/7 volunteer support of all the veterans of all wars and the organizations throughout Western Pennsylvania that honor their patriotism; which includes her very hard work on behalf of the Tuskegee Memorial Projects.
Mrs. Mullen enjoys living in Braddock with her husband and spending quality time with her grandchildren.
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