"I have long been an admirer of the Central Penn College focus on preparing students for success in their careers by offering personal attention, community partnerships and hands-on learning at an exceptional value," says Morgan. "I am honored to be a part this great organization that is such an asset to our community at large."
The governing body of Central Penn College is the board of directors. Ultimately, the board is accountable for the college's academic quality and planning, fiscal and academic integrity, assets and financial health. In addition to serving on Central Penn's board, Morgan served as board president and continues to serve as a board member for the United Methodist Stewardship Foundation and a board member for New Hope Ministries. Morgan has previously served as an advisory board member for Central Penn's accounting degree program and he also serves as an adjunct finance instructor at Messiah College.
"Brad is passionate about education," says Central Penn College President Todd A. Milano. "That passion, combined with his expertise and personal values of integrity and professionalism, will guide the college in delivering on its mission, goals and objectives-ultimately providing an education that turns students' potential into career success and prepares graduates for employment in their chosen fields."
In Morgan's position with Ahold USA, he is responsible for driving initiatives that improve Ahold's ability to deliver better value for its customers by leveraging internal efficiencies. Prior to this position, Morgan served for 11 years as the division controller at GIANT Food Stores, LLC, responsible for accounting, reporting, budgeting, planning, investment analysis and the internal control environment of the division.
Morgan is a Certified Public Accountant, holding a master's degree in leadership and business ethics from DuQuesne University and a bachelor's degree in accounting from Southern Illinois University. He resides in Carlisle, Pa.