Henry Mack

Chancellor of Career and Adult Education

Florida Department of Education

Henry Mack currently serves as Chancellor at the Florida Department of Education, a position he has held since October 2019. As Chancellor, he leads the Division of Career, Technical, and Adult Education, overseeing all workforce education programs and economic development initiatives for the Department. The Division is responsible for all career and technical education programs across a system of 48 technical centers and colleges, 28 state community colleges, and K-12 public schools, with a combined enrollment of over 1 million students, annually. As Chancellor, he is also responsible for the state offices of apprenticeship, adult education, and articulation and career education policy. Prior to serving as Chancellor, he was the Associate Vice President for Workforce Education at Broward College – overseeing a variety of workforce education initiatives, including the college’s career and technical education programs, the development of new baccalaureate degrees, and the college’s business incubator and accelerator. He also served as an associate dean for academic affairs at Broward College, and held various positions at Florida International University and the University of Miami as a visiting professor of philosophy. He served as host of South Florida PBS’ Viewpoint and Issues, two weekly television shows dedicated to exploring issues in politics, religion, science, and ethics. Recognized as 2019’s South Florida’s 40 under 40, Henry frequently lectures on the future of the workforce, entrepreneurship, and the value of a higher education. He currently lives in Tallahassee with his wife, Ashely, and his two young children Hadley and Holden.