Since earning his MBA at Stanford University in 2010 and prior to joining SWGP, Morgan spent over two years at Amgen, the world’s largest biotechnology company. In that time, he worked in both the Corporate Strategy group and the Operations, Financial Planning and Analysis department. Morgan was primarily involved in ongoing efforts to optimize Amgen’s global manufacturing network, defend against bio-generic competitors and expand Amgen’s drug device delivery capabilities. Prior to business school, Morgan spent five years in Washington, D.C. as the marketing director and a minority partner in a boutique sports and entertainment industry consulting firm.
Morgan is a seventh generation California, born in Los Angeles. His family was instrumental in establishing the Los Angeles Times and the Tejon Ranch, the largest continuous expanse of private land in the state. Morgan received his Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies from Georgetown University, where he was also a quarterback on the football team. Morgan’s wife, Ede, was born and raised in New Mexico, where they now live. They have a daughter, Lawler.