TEAM / Henry Mack

Henry Mack
Tallahassee, FL

Henry Mack joined The Southern Group in 2023 after a distinguished career in higher education, including serving as the Senior Chancellor at the Florida Department of Education (DOE). Henry brings a wealth of experience in a wide range of areas in the education segment, particularly workforce education and economic development.  

As Senior Chancellor at DOE, he was responsible for Florida’s public and nonpublic institutions of higher education—overseeing a $3 billion dollar budget with a combined K-20 student enrollment of 1.5 million annually. He led the Divisions of Florida Colleges, Career and Adult Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, Blind Services, the Florida Department of Education’s Office of Workforce Education and Economic Alignment, and the Commission for Independent Education. 

He was directly responsible for the State of Florida’s workforce education strategy, budget, operations, policy and finance, grants and administration, and, together with the Governor’s Office, responsible for all higher education and workforce education legislative and policy priorities.  

Prior to his appointment at DOE, Henry served as a Vice President for Workforce Education and Innovation at one of our nation’s largest colleges, Broward College. At Broward, Henry oversaw the college’s career and technical education programs, the development of new baccalaureate degrees, and the college’s business incubator and accelerator.  

Henry also held multiple faculty positions at Florida International University and the University of Miami.   

Mack earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in theology and philosophy from the Catholic University of America and doctorate in education administration and philosophy of education from the University of Miami. 

Henry currently lives in Tallahassee with his wife, Ashley, and three children, Hadley, Holden, and Arden. 

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