Debbie has been a resident of Manassas for over 40 years and has raised a family in the same town she grew up in. Debbie’s professional experience includes working in both the non-profit and for-profit arenas. With her extensive personal and professional history here in Manassas, she looks forward to sharing the wonders of Old Town and the surrounding area with all of our visitors, stakeholders and guests.
Sarah has lived in Manassas, Virginia for two years, but has been in the Northern Virginia area for the past nine. With a graduate degree in Arts Management from Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia, she has always shown a true love for art, local history, and culture. Sarah came to Historic Manassas, Inc. via The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and looks forward to sharing her love of Manassas with the local community and all its visitors!
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Taylor is a Prince William County native. After graduating college from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Mass Communications, she headed west to Montana for a term of service with AmeriCorps. She served the Prince William County community as a Food Pantry Coordinator at Action in Community through Service after moving back to Manassas. Taylor joins HMI with a background in non-profits and a love for all things fun, festive and local.
Visitor's Center Mgr./Farmer's Market Coordinator
Originally from Maryland, Annie spent her college years in Virginia, receiving a degree in Media Arts & Design from James Madison University. Her passion for locally grown produce and hunger issues, led her to intern for Society of St. Andrew in Lynchburg, Va. post-grad. She also taught English abroad, and worked as an intake specialist with Habitat for Humanity in Vero Beach, Florida . She is very excited to join the team at Historic Manassas, work with wonderful volunteers, and continue to connect the community with fresh, local food.