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Award-winning author, global speaker, strategic
consultant and former diplomat Michael Morgan is
currently advising international ventures in oil and gas,
renewable energy, medical technology, aerospace and
media in their search for partners and investors -- in
Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. The
ventures he is working with are worth more than US $1
Worldwide, Michael Morgan finds the right joint venture
partners, investors and government officials who can
bring major projects to fruition.
Morgan has created speeches and strategic
communications tools for corporate leaders like Louis
Gerstner at IBM, Fred Hassan at Pharmacia, Carly
Fiorina at HP, Kevin Rollins at Dell, Lee Raymond at
ExxonMobil and others for global audiences of
customers, partners, shareowners, governments and the
Morgan has appeared on Al Jazeera, BBC
World/Public Radio International, CBS Evening News,
CSpan, ABC Good Morning America, Mutual Radio
and others. His op-eds and advertorials have appeared
in The New York Times, Time, The Washington Post,
The Wall Street Journal and Readers Digest. He has
spoken at the British Parliament, World Economic
Forum/Arab Business Council, the U.S. Treasury
Department, the Asia Society, Georgetown University,
the Mohammed bin Rashid Foundation in Dubai and the
University of Virginia.
With Mobil Corporation from 1987-95 Morgan
managed government relations coordination in
Washington, wrote weekly advertorials in The New York
Times and directed the corporation's leading global
cultural sponsorship. As a career diplomat from 1980-
87, Morgan was Deputy Staff Director (1985-87) of the
bipartisan White House commission overseeing the
Voice of America, the Fulbright Scholarships and the U.
S. Information Agency. He accompanied delegations in
Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Cuba. He also
served as U.S. spokesman during the 1983 Grenada
crisis, where he dealt with a press corps of 800.
Secretary Shultz gave him a Meritorious Honor Award in
1984 for his crisis communications work.
Michael Morgan is also a published nonfiction author
and novelist. His newest book is Arabia: In Search of
the Golden Ages, published in fall 2010 by Insight
Editions and the companion book to MacGillivray-
Freeman's newest IMAX film Arabia 3-D, (http://www.
library/arabia.html) now in theaters worldwide. His
previous book was Lost History: the Enduring
Legacy of Muslim Scientists, Thinkers and Artists,
published in June 2007 by National Geographic Books
(www.LostHistoryOnline.com). His prior book was
Collision with History: the Search for John F.
Kennedy’s PT 109, a book and tv documentary
released by National Geographic and MSNBC in 2002.
In 2001 he published Graveyards of the Pacific. His
1991 international thriller The Twilight War
(Dutton/Signet) was set in Eastern Europe, Central
America and Washington.
Morgan is founder of Lost History Media Ventures, a
new film and television production company.
Morgan was also founder of New Foundations for Peace
(www.nfpeace.com), a start-up nonprofit to teach
leadership skills to young people worldwide. Morgan
created partnerships for NFP in Bangladesh, Canada,
France, India, Jordan, Pakistan and the U.S. Morgan
speaks fluent English and Spanish, and has studied
German and Norwegian. He has lived or worked on
projects in more than 30 countries in Asia, Europe, the
Middle East, Africa and the Americas. He was an
Echols Scholar at the University of Virginia, where he
graduated with High Distinction.
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