Lee Morgan is a native of Yellow Springs, Ohio where he was raised, educated and spent most of his working life as CEO of The Antioch Company until his retirement in June 2008. The Antioch Company is best known for its Creative Memories division. Since 2008 Lee and Vicki have made their home in Annandale, Minnesota.
Lee is presently a trustee of Antioch College. Lee and Vicki both are Antioch College graduates and Lee previously served as a trustee for 13 years. Lee has served as a board member and officer in numerous corporations, both non-profit and for-profit.
Prior work experience includes stints as a traveling salesman, a department store Santa Claus, a volunteer for two years in rural South India, a government bureaucrat, and a volunteer with UNICEF in Thailand. For fun Lee is a soccer referee and occasional player with the geriatric set.
Vicki Morgan is a Director Emeritus of Creative Memories, a company that helps people celebrate and preserve their photographic and digital memories through direct sales consultants. She was one of the company’s original six consultants in 1987, and retired in the spring of 2008 after 21 years, having risen to the rank of Senior Executive Director with numerous national awards and recognition for her success.
Raised in Pennsylvania, Vicki lived in Yellow Springs, Ohio since graduating from Antioch College in the sixties. Although she and her husband maintain a home in Yellow Springs, they have moved to Annandale, Minnesota since retiring. Vicki is loving the opportunity to be a “granny nanny” for her granddaughter and grandson who live in nearby St. Cloud.
She has served on the board of numerous charitable organizations and is active in fundraising for local causes. She is especially proud of her service as president of the Yellow Springs Community Foundation, which reached $1 million in assets under her leadership, as well as her fundraising and volunteer initiatives in the St. Cloud and Annandale communities.
Vicki’s previous work experience includes being a franchise co-owner of two Curves gyms, a self-employed marketing and public relations consultant, a sales representative, and a teacher of English as a Second Language. However, she considers her experience as a wife, mother, and grandmother to be the cornerstone of her life’s work.
Asha Morgan Moran is a principal with Clear Path, a business consulting firm. Asha focuses on marketing and channel strategies, business planning, and turnaround management. Prior to joining Clear Path, Asha spent 10 years with Creative Memories/The Antioch Company, a business that markets heirloom scrapbooks and photo albums through direct sales consultants. Her last role was as President and CEO. She came to Creative Memories with business consulting experience at both Andersen Consulting and the Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group, specializing in market channels, product-to-market strategies, and business development.
Asha is a member of the board of directors of the ServeMinnesota Education Foundation and the St. Cloud Area Family YMCA. She received her BA in economics from Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa and her MBA from J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. She resides in St. Cloud, Minnesota, with her husband Marty and their two children.
Marty Moran is the founder of Clear Path, a management consulting organization that helps business owners, organizations, and communities manage the present, build toward the future, and realize dreams; and Clear Path Investment Partners, a family investment fund that invests in and helps govern privately held businesses with revenues of less than $20 million. Additionally, Marty has been in ownership roles in various franchise and real estate ventures.
Prior to starting Clear Path in 2002, Marty worked in a number of different industries for Surebridge, the Valspar Corporation, Anderson Consulting’s Strategy Consulting Group, and McMaster-Carr Supply Company. Marty has worked in various general management and functional roles, including Sales and Marketing, Strategic Planning, Supply Chain Management, and Information Technology.
Currently, Marty serves on the Board of Directors for Endurable Building Products and the Advisory Board for Adjuvant Technology. Marty’s community involvement includes the Board of Directors for the Morgan Family Foundation and the St. Cloud YMCA Aquatics Committee.
Marty graduated with a MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management and a BS from the University of Michigan. Marty and his wife Asha live in St. Cloud with their two children.
Matt Morgan currently lives in the Northwest, with his wife Karla, and their two children. When not out walking in the woods, enjoying the fresh air of the ocean, or wondering if the tremors on Mt. Hood mean anything, Matt works with his business partner Sean Devine on documentary films. Recent work includes an exploration of suspension art, a short documentary about Hispanic day laborers, and training videos for nonprofits. The early focus of the business was on producing promotional DVDs for area bands, as well as for nonprofit and for-profit clients.
Prior to starting his own business, Matt worked in the environmental field as a water quality monitoring field technician with Altivia and played in several bands as bass guitarist and lead vocalist.
Matt graduated from Antioch College with a B.A. in environmental science. He has taken additional courses at Wright State University and Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
Karla Morgan is a Naturopathic doctor living in Portland, Oregon with her husband and two children ages 7 and 3. Karla completed her doctorate at the National University of Natural Medicine. She has a Bachelors of Science degree in Molecular Biology from Portland State University.
Karla also graduated from Antioch College with a Bachelors of Arts in History, Philosophy and Religious Studies with a focus in Buddhism. She had the wonderful opportunity to study and practice Buddhism in Japan through the Antioch Study Abroad program. She also spent four months studying and working with traditional healers at the Center of Traditional Indigenous Medicine in Oaxaca Mexico.
Her volunteer experience includes work with Planned Parenthood, Cascade AIDS Project, Living Stages, Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center, Signature Hospice, In Act, The Oregon Food Bank, and other social justice and arts projects.