Mr. Morgan is a trained urban and regional planner. Prior to founding Global Heritage Fund (GHF) in 2002, he worked as an international sales and marketing executive in software and network computing. In the position of Founder at GHF, he is responsible for global conservation excellence, building a leading international conservancy and improving the lives in communities where GHF sites are located. Jeff leads GHF’s mission to build a global movement to save endangered heritage sites in developing countries, and is a co-author of Cracking the Japanese Market: Keys to Success in the New Global Economy (Free Press, 1991) and Saving Our Global Heritage (GHF Press, 2004). Mr. Morgan received an M.S. in Management from Stanford University Graduate School of Business, and a B.S. in City and Regional Planning from Cornell University. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) and GHF’s Board of Trustees and Senior Advisory Board. He is married with three children.