Michael Morgan has been in general management for over 25 years. He has led teams to accomplishing goals that were, by some, seen as unobtainable. He has been known as a person to create a vision of opportunity and see it through to its accomplishment.
While a member of the United States Navy, he began serving the public when Hurricane Hugo devastated Charleston, South Carolina. He immediately volunteered with the Red Cross as part of the Damage Assessment Team where he was recognized for his superlative efforts from the Red Cross and given the Navy’s Humanitarian Award.
After his military service, Michael became a member of the Jacksonville Jaycees and was elected to the Board of Directors. As a membership director, the Jaycees experienced the largest growth of any chapter in the state of Florida. He was also recognized for his Student Congress project in which several high schools participated in a mock legislative session alongside several local and state politicians.
Most recently, Michael served as Vice-President (Programs) for Mandarin Middle School and created the SWAP (Students With A Purpose) Program. Mandarin Middle was awarded their first state awards for reading under his direction and leadership.
Personally, Michael lives in the Mandarin area and has three daughters. One is a web designer in California, one is a senior at Troy University majoring in Risk Management, and one is a freshman at Wolfson High School in the International Baccalaureate Program and a member of the SELF Movement’s L-E-G Program.
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