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Board of Directors

The Fort Monroe Authority, a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, is governed by a fourteen member Board of Trustees. Two members are from the Governor’s Cabinet and are non-voting members, two are the Senator and Delegate in whose district Fort Monroe lies, two are appointed by the City of Hampton and eight are appointed by the Governor of Virginia. An Executive Director reports to the Board and oversees a staff with expertise in operations and maintenance, real estate, public programs, historic preservation and communications.

The Honorable James P. Moran
Senior Policy Advisor, Nelson Mullins
Chair, Board of Trustees

Mary Bunting
City Manager, City of Hampton

The Honorable Caren Merrick
Secretary of Commerce and Trade
Ex-officio, Non-voting Member

The Honorable Travis Voyles
Acting Secretary of Natural and Historic Resources
Ex-officio, Non-voting Member

The Honorable A. C. Cordoza
State Delegate-Virginia House
District 91

T. Destry Jarvis
Consultant, Outdoor Recreation and Park Services, LLC

James R. (Jay) Joseph
Senior Vice President, Harvey Lindsay Commercial Real Estate

The Honorable Mamie Locke
State Senator-Virginia Senate
District 2

John Reynolds
Retired, National Park Service

Keith F. Anderson                                          Principal Chief and Environmental Program Director, Nansemond Indian Nation

 

Dr. Rex Ellis
Retired, Associate Director for Curatorial Affairs, National Museum of African American History and Culture, Smithsonian Institution

Benita Thompson Byas
Thompson Hospitality

Brian Jackson
Hirschler Law Firm

Dr. Charletta Barringer-Brown  Professor, Political Science and Public Administration Virginia State University


 

 

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