Rees Morgan graduated with a B.S. degree in Computer Engineering followed by graduate studies at George Washington University. He began his employment career working for the CIA/Logicon in Langley, Virginia followed by Microsoft Corporate in the late 1980s where he had 3 careers over his 8 years there.
He first retired with his wife in 1996 just prior to his daughter being born followed by his son two years later. In 1997 he co-founded Hudson Morgan Investments, a private equity company, with his partner Arthur Hudson. Hudson Morgan Investments has made considerable investments in technology, real estate holdings, high-end home construction, real estate development, residential real estate sales, global repair parts distribution, aviation, staffing, sports, and more.
Hudson Morgan Investments incubated QubeChain in 2015, a company focused around the BlockChain ecosystem that is currently working in the Healthcare and Supply Chain space. Mr. Morgan has previously held and is currently holding positions on several Board of Directors and Board of Advisors, and has been the CIO of 2 publicly traded companies. He has been a sought-after speaker at conferences and events for over 30 years.
Rees Morgan has presented technology to audiences of over 500,000 people in the US and overseas during his career. During his Microsoft years, he often gave 6 + technical presentations a week, with hundreds in attendance. He has presented on Wall Street, Fortune 100 corporate meetings, industry trade shows, and has moderated and sat on numerous expert panels. His unique style of building slides that tell a story mixed with topical anecdotes make his presentations unforgettable. One of his recent presentations, where he gave a BlockChain fundamentals technical presentation to over 450 audience members while simultaneously giving himself a medical physical, was the subject of an article.
Topics of his presentations include:
Blockchain in Healthcare
State of Digital Currency
Blockchain: What executives need to know
Blockchain in Healthcare Architecture
Smart Contracts in Healthcare
Blockchain: The Ecosystem
How Blockchains can improve IT security
Where do blockchains run?