Matthew Morgan is the Chief Business Process Officer and a member of the Global Management Committee of Teneo.
Prior to joining Teneo, Matt was the Chief Operating Officer of Savills North America, where he also served on the company’s Board of Directors and the board’s Executive Committee. Matt previously held roles at Bridgewater Associates, McKinsey & Company, Parsons Brinckerhoff, and Starwood Hotels. Matt began his career as an Army intelligence officer and is a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, for which he was awarded the Bronze Star, and served as a company commander and in various staff and leadership roles.
Matt is a prolific author and speaker and has published several books, including A Democracy Is Born (2007), The American Military after 9-11 (2008), and the six-volume series The Impact of 9-11: The Day that Changed Everything? (2009). More recently, Matt has written on operational excellence, including and articles at PEX Network, BPTrends, and CIO Review, and spoken at professional conferences in cities around the world, including New York, London, Sydney, Stockholm, Rotterdam, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Austin, San Antonio, Nashville, Orlando, and others.
Matt earned a Bachelor of Science from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and graduate degrees from Harvard Business School (Master of Business Administration), University of Hawai`i at Manoa (Master of Arts in Political Science), and Chaminade University of Honolulu (Master of Education).
Matt’s non-profit and community service leadership includes the University of Montana’s Mansfield Center, which was founded by an Act of Congress in 1983 to promote ethical values in institutions and public affairs, bipartisan governance, and globally-minded leadership. Matt serves as a member of the Advisory Board and chair of the board’s Philanthropy Committee. Matt also serves on the Board of the Capital Classics Theatre Company, founded in 1991 as home of the annual Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival.