Jeff Morby, Chairman and Co-Founder, Wins Rotary Club Award

Posted July 18, 2013

On May 18 Jeff Morby, chairman and co-founder of Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, was honored with the prestigious Paul Harris Award from Rotary District 7950. Paul Harris founded the Rotary Club more than a century ago and the award was created to recognize those who have made great contributions to society under the Rotary’s motto of “Service Above Self.”

“Jeff truly believes in making a long-lasting difference in the world—he exemplifies the spirit of Rotary and its motto, reminding us that it’s not about what we do for ourselves, it’s what we do for others,” says Dave Clifton of Rotary International. Morby currently chairs the Morby Family Charitable Foundation and is a board member of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Pittsburgh City Theater, the Council of the World Wildlife Fund, and the advisory boards of the Pittsburgh Drug Discovery Institute and the Graduate School of Public Health.