Barbara McLennan has lived in Williamsburg since 2001. Formerly with the U.S. Treasury and Commerce Departments, and former Vice President for Government Affairs of the Electronic Industries Association (consumer electronics), she has provided consulting services on investment, valuation, trade and tax issues.
Over the last several years, Dr. McLennan has served as docent at Jamestown Settlement, the living history museum that commemorates the founding of the first English speaking settlement in North America, and at Historic Jamestown, the site of the original fort and an archaeological dig. She has also assisted the historian at Yorktown Victory Center in preparation for exhibits at the new museum of the American Revolution at Yorktown.
Since moving to Williamsburg Dr. McLennan has taught courses on the U. S. budget in the Thomas Jefferson School of Public Policy, The College of William and Mary. She also serves as a writing consultant in the William and Mary MBA program (Raymond A. Mason School of Business). She also has held a commission as member of the Governor of Virginia’s Asian Advisory Board on trade and investment and has been a Board Member of the Chesapeake Bay Writers Organization.
Holding Ph.D., J.D., and Honorary D. Litt. degrees, Barbara McLennan has published eight books and numerous magazine and journal articles on various political, historical and economic subjects.
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