W. Taylor Reveley, IV
Taylor Reveley is the Managing Director of the University of Virginia’s Miller Center, under the Center’s Director Gov. Gerald Baliles. He is the President-Elect of Longwood University, the third oldest public university in Virginia, after the College of William & Mary and University of Virginia. He previously served as coordinating attorney for the Miller Center’s National War Powers Commission co-chaired by Secretaries of State James Baker and Warren Christopher. Reveley graduated with honors in classics from Princeton University, and holds a masters degree from Union Presbyterian Seminary and a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.