George Allen


George F. Allen, author of What Washington Can Learn From the World of Sports, played football (he was named All-ACC Academic Team quarterback in 1972) and rugby for the University of Virginia, from which he graduated with a B.A. in history and a law degree. He has served as a United States Senator and Congressman, Governor of Virginia, and Delegate in the Virginia General Assembly (elected to the seat once held by Thomas Jefferson). Currently, he is president of George Allen Strategies, LLC, serves on the boards of several technology companies, is the Reagan Ranch Presidential Scholar for the Young America’s Foundation, and serves as chairman of the American Energy Freedom Center. He and his wife, Susan, reside near Mt. Vernon in Fairfax County and have three children: Tyler, Forrest, and Brooke. He is the son of Hall of Fame football coach George Allen and brother of Redskins General Manager Bruce Allen.

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