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Ken Morgan – Director, RI 2004-06

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Representative of RI President John Kenny

Ken MorganA native of Virginia, Ken has lived in Chapel Hill, North Carolina since 1982. His first contact with Rotary was in 1978, when he was a GSE Team Member from D7600 in Virginia to D1440 in Denmark. He served a two-year term on the RI Board of Directors from July 2004 to June 2006.

Ken is currently serving as Aide to Trustee Chair Glenn Estess, as Vice Chairman of the Rotary Centers Committee, and Chairman of the Alumni Advisory Committee. He is also serving as Vice Chair of the 2010 Montreal Convention Committee.

He served as Moderator for the 2008 International Assembly, and Chairman of the 2007 International Institute that preceded the Convention in Salt Lake City. He served two years as the Board representative on the International PolioPlus Committee and as chairman of the Board Audit Committee.

A member of the Rotary Club of Chapel Hill since 1983, Ken has also served Rotary as chairman of the RI Leadership Development and Training Committee and the Multi-District PETS Committee, International Assembly Training Leader, Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator, and member of two Councils on Legislation. In 2000, he served as Moderator for the RRFC Training Seminar. Ken is a recipient of the RI Service Above Self Award, and The Rotary Foundation Citation for Meritorious Service and Distinguished Service Award. In 2007, he received the International Service Award for a Polio-Free World.

Ken has been involved in the leadership of the seven district, Carolinas’ Multi-district PETS since 1991, and for 10 years chaired an 11 district Outbound Scholar Training Seminar. In 1999, he was also involved in the founding of the Multi-district PETS Alliance.

Ken has been Executive Director of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors – North Carolina since 1995. He has been active with the American Society of Association Executives and served three terms on its national certification board. He is a graduate of the University of Richmond and obtained his M.Ed. from Virginia Commonwealth University.

In 1979, Ken was recognized as a Life Member of the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads for his contributions to pre-hospital emergency care. He received the outstanding 4-H Alumni Award from the North Carolina 4-H program and in 1998 he was recognized as the Outstanding Executive Director by the Association Executives of North Carolina.

Ken and his wife Winnie, a professional speaker and trainer, are Rotary Foundation Major Donors and Benefactors.

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