Mack serves as Executive Director of the non-profit Eisenhower Foundation. He served 33 years with the National Archives and Records Administration, including assignments with the Office of Presidential Papers in The White House, as director of the Boston Federal Archives and Records Center, and most recently as assistant director of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library in Abilene, Kansas. He is the past-president of the Kansas History Teachers Association and is currently a gubernatorial appointee to the Kansas State Historical Records Advisory Board. He was a district governor of Rotary International and serves as a zone coordinator for Rotary’s Public Image Resource Group. Mack was a distinguished graduate in ROTC and served on active duty in U.S. Air Force Intelligence with tours of duty in Germany and Vietnam. He retired from the reserves as a Colonel, after 30 years of military service. He has a B.A. in the German Language from Kansas State University, M.A. in International Relations from Boston University, and a Masters in Librarianship from Emporia State University.Mack and his wife live in Abilene, Kansas.