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Bart Morrison

Chairman, Board of Directors

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Bart Morrison

Chairman, Board of Directors

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Bio

Bart Morrison is a Member of the Board of Directors of Ratio Christi. He is also Chief Executive Officer and Founder of HGS-Worldwide.

Bart Morrison is an enrolled member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and of Creek/Cherokee ancestry who draws on vast experience in the executive and judicial branches of government to provide superior strategy and service to an elite group of clients. Mr. Morrison served as Director, Strategic Business Effects on the DoD Task Force for Business Stability Operations (TFBSO) led by the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense - Business Transformation focused on industrial revitalization and private sector development, where he spearheaded efforts to use US military contracting activity in Iraq to bolster the nascent Iraqi industrial sector, reduce unemployment, and take cash off the battlefield. In 2004, Mr. Morrison served as Chief of Contracting Policy in the Coalition Provisional Authority, Baghdad, Iraq. For his service in Iraq, he received the Joint Civilian Service Commendation Award, the highest ranking civilian honor presented by the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He has also served as Director, Acquisition Workforce Policy for the Department of Defense and was a Professor of Acquisition Management at the Defense Acquisition University.

Education

Reformed Theological Seminary, Master of Arts, Religion/Religious Studies, 2013 – 2015

The George Washington University, M.A., Higher Education Administration, 1993 – 1995

Army Logistics Management College, 1991 – 1992

Florida State University, B.S., Government and Political Science, 1982 – 1985