Since co-founding MorganFranklin in 1998, Bob Morgan served as Chief Executive Officer of the consulting firm before stepping down in May 2013. As CEO, Bob was responsible for directing corporate strategies and leading the company from a startup to a mature organization with global reach. He now serves as an active director and advisor at MorganFranklin Consulting, primarily focusing on developing strategies to grow and improve the company while ensuring that the MorganFranklin team is aligned with the vision of surpassing clients' expectations and achieving workplace excellence. Bob also uses his entrepreneurial experience to assist the Greater Washington Board of Trade's Cybersecurity Task Force and the Pennsylvania State University College of Information Sciences and Technology's entrepreneur program, and he continues his commitment to philanthropic activities.
Prior to forming MorganFranklin, Bob served as a program manager at the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, managing multimillion-dollar systems integration programs for the U.S. Navy, White House Communications Agency, Special Operations Forces, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Federal Bureau of Investigation. His experience encompasses the implementation of national security communication and IT systems.
"Since day one, I have been motivated to create and build a world-class solutions provider—a company that surpasses the expectations of clients and employees. I focus my energy on strengthening MorganFranklin's culture—which is nationally recognized for workplace excellence, strategic investments in growth, and business improvements—and being an ambassador to clients and employees."
Bob holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and an MBA from the Florida Institute of Technology. An active member of his community, Bob serves on the board of directors for the Greater Washington Board of Trade, as well as the board of advisors for the Penn State College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST). In 2010, he was awarded the lifelong title of Penn State Alumni Fellow, the highest award given by the Penn State Alumni Association.
Bob also served as co-chair of the leadership team for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Light the Night Walk in 2010 and 2011, and he is actively involved with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE). In addition, he previously served on the board of directors of the Greater Washington Area American Heart Association.