Director, Development and Strategic
For the past fifteen years, Marc Morgan has worked in the non-profit sector, raising money and awareness for issues such as HIV/AIDS, animal welfare and the environment.
Morgan began his career shortly after college by working in political fundraising and events planning. After a few successful years with the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, Morgan became actively involved in political funding, and was the Finance Director for the Maryland Republican Party. He is credited with overseeing the Party's fundraising efforts in a year that saw the Party raise over $1 million to be used for various candidates and get-out-to-vote efforts.
After the 2002 elections, Morgan was placed with the Maryland Environmental Services, a state agency working to protect the states air, land and water resources. Morgan's was responsible for leveraging corporate, foundation and federal funding to support and sustain many of the programs and services operated by the agency; thus allowing smaller municipalities to have upgraded systems and technology without raising taxes.
In addition to his work to support and protect the environment, Morgan has also worked in the HIV/AIDS community. As their chief fundraiser, he promoted and secured funding for HIV/AIDS services that provided measurable reductions in new infection rates.
Morgan was also recently the Deputy Director -- Development for the Carbon War Room.