Founding Board Member and Co-Chairman of Cure Alzheimer’s Fund
Jeffrey L. Morby has an extensive and distinguished career in for-profit institutions and not-for-profit organizations.
Current Co- Chairman and Founder of Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, a public charity funding research focused on finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
Co-Chairman, along with his wife, Jacqueline, of the Morby Family Charitable Foundation
Former Financial Executive previously involved with a diversified group of financial institutions:
Vice-Chairman of Mellon Bank, in charge of wholesale activities worldwide including corporate lending, money market and proprietary investments. Chairman of Mellon Bank Europe.
Former Director of a substantial number of financial institutions, including the Boston Company, American Express Bank, Crocker Bank, Horace Mann Insurance Company, and others, including many financial institutions in Latin America.
Current member of advisory board of Brigham Hospital’s Heart Vascular Center and Board of Visitors of University of Pittsburgh’s School of Public Health.
Council member of World Wildlife fund (WWF).
Former Trustee of Duquesne University, founder of 2 Business schools, one in China and one in Argentina.
Former Member of International Board of Advisors of the City of Wuhan, China.
Mr. Morby received a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering at Stanford University with a specialty in Operations Research, and a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School as a Howard Hughes Scholar.