Carrington Montague

Honorary Board Member

Carrington Montague is the prior ETHS Vice President for Southeast Tennessee. A graduate of McCallie School, Chattanooga, he holds a B.A. in history from the University of Virginia. Carrington and wife, Shelby, have two children and reside on Lookout Mountain, where he is very active in the Chattanooga community.  His many activities include chairing the Advisory Board for the Salvation Army Chattanooga Area Command, serving on the board of Cherokee Area Council of Boy Scouts and as secretary of the Tennessee Historical Commission Foundation, as well as involvement with the conservation committee of the Friends of Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park, Chattanooga Civil War Roundtable, Habitat for Humanity, and various battlefield preservation groups. He co-chaired the UNCF annual fund and Boy Scout council capital campaign, and is the past president of the University of Virginia Alumni, Tennessee Valley Chapter.