George C. Marshall Foundation names new president
Paul A. Levengood has been named president of the Lexington-based George C. Marshall Foundation, which owns and operates the National George C. Marshall Museum & Library.
Currently vice president for development at the Virginia War Memorial Foundation in Richmond, he will join the foundation on Sept. 9.
Levengood previously was president and CEO of the Virginia Museum of History & Culture, formerly known as the Virginia Historical Society.
Levengood has been a member of the editorial advisory board of the Encyclopedia Virginia since its inception and has served on several committees of the American Association of State and Local Histor,y as well as on the steering committee of the Future of Richmond's Past.
He received his bachelor’s degree from Davidson College and earned his master’s and doctorate from Rice University.