H. Edward Mann


Horace Edward Mann  a native of Petersburg, Virginia, managed the activities of 37 federal agencies while serving as Executive Director of the federal Jamestown 400th Commemoration Commission. He has served as Director of Development for the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia. At the College of William and Mary, he double-majored in Philosophy and Government and was elected President of the F.H.C. Society, the oldest collegiate fraternal organization in America. Eight months after graduating, he was appointed to the William and Mary Board of Visitors (Trustees) as the youngest member ever to serve on that body. Mann’s special interest revolves around Virginia through the 17th through 19th centuries. He and his wife live in Richmond, Virginia.