Delegate Monty Mason speaks to the Kiwanis Club of Williamsburg

Delegate Monty Mason, from the Peninsula's 93rd District, represented Newport News, Williamsburg, York County and James City County during the Kiwanis Club of Williamsburg's weekly luncheon. Delegate Mason was elected in 2013 and re-elected in 2015. His legislative committee assignments include the House Counties, Cities and Towns Committee and House Courts of Justice Committee.
Prior to being elected in 2013, Monty served as chairman of the Williamsburg Economic Development Authority. He currently serves on the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance Board, the Historic Triangle Collaborative Economic Diversity Task Force, and the development committee of Child Development Resources.
Monty was named a "Legislative Hero" for two straight years by the League of Conservation Voters for his votes to protect our environment.
Monty received his bachelor's degree in government from the College of William and Mary and is an active alumnus. He is a member of the College's Challenge 1 Strategic Planning Committee, and served three years as chairman of the Athletic Educational Foundation. In 2002, William and Mary awarded him the Young Alumni Service Award.
Monty lives in the Walnut Hills neighborhood of Williamsburg with his wife, Pamela, who works at the College of William and Mary and serves as the president of the PTA at Matthew Whaley Elementary School. They have two daughters, Taylor Anne, 7, and Hawley, 5.

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