Former Fairfax County Executive Tony Griffin will teach at beginning in August.
Griffin will teach courses related to local government as a practitioner-in-residence in the school’s Department of Public and International Affairs, according to a press release.
Griffin , after serving the county for over 20 years.
Prior to coming to Fairfax County, he worked as Falls Church City manager for six years. He also served as an officer in the Marine Corps for three years following graduation from Hobart College.
“I look forward to the opportunity that George Mason University presents to me to provide knowledge transfer to the next generation,” Griffin said in a prepared statement.
, a former deputy county executive and chief financial officer, as the new county executive at the end of April.