Youngkin appoints four new members to Mason’s Board of Visitors


Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin on Wednesday, June 28, announced four new appointments to the George Mason University Board of Visitors:

  • Mason alum Armand Alacbay of Centreville, Chief of Staff and Senior Vice President of Strategy, American Council of Trustees and Alumni  
  • Dorothy “Deecy” Gray of Arlington, advocate for Civics Education  
  • The Honorable Jeffrey Rosen of McLean, former Acting Attorney General of the United States 
  • Charles “Cully” Stimson of Falls Church, Deputy Director, Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, The Heritage Foundation 

Members of the Board of Visitors, the university’s 16-member governing body, serve four-year terms.

A more detailed story profiling the new board members will be shared in the coming weeks.