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New Fellow of Historic Royal Palaces Announced

Professor Mallory Factor KCNG announced as a Fellow of Historic Royal Palaces

November 2021

The Board of Trustees of has named Professor Mallory Factor a Fellow of Historic Royal Palaces. The Fellowship is awarded in recognition of Professor Factor’s significant contributions to the charity, particularly in the area of philanthropy.

Mallory Factor has been a champion of Historic Royal Palaces for many years. In that time, through his personal generosity and his active engagement with global philanthropic and business communities, Prof. Factor has secured investment in major projects and has broadened the scope and influence of Historic Royal Palaces’ network of supporters on both sides of the Atlantic.

A member of the Campaign Board since 2018, Prof. Factor is a dynamic and tireless advocate for the charity and the enriching opportunities support of Historic Royal Palaces can bring to philanthropists and businesses.

Professor Factor has had an extensive career in both the public and private sectors, including as the Founder and President of Mallory Factor Inc. and as the Founder, Chairman and CEO of IntraBio Inc. He is a Life Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a Member of The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford and is the John C. West Professor of International Politics and American Government at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. Professor Factor is a celebrated author of two New York Times best-selling books, has published dozens of articles, and is a frequent contributor to publications and media including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine, Sky News, FOXNews and the BBC.

Fellowship of Historic Royal Palaces is an honorary role awarded entirely at the discretion of the Trustees to outstanding philanthropists and advocates of the charity.

Rupert Gavin, Chairman of Historic Royal Palaces said ‘The Board of Trustees are delighted to admit Mallory Factor as one of our first Fellows. Mallory is a champion and ambassador for the palaces around the world and a constant source of energy, ideas and inspiration. The Fellowship recognises the gratitude the Board feels towards Mallory for his efforts in support of our cause.’


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