Dr. Thomas Morris, a former president of Emory & Henry College, has been selected to join the George C. Marshall Foundation Board of Trustees.
Dr. Morris served as E&H President from 1992 to 2006. He left the college to serve as secretary of education for the Commonwealth of Virginia. This past April, Dr. Morris was selected the sixth president of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges.
The Marshall Foundation has 30 members on its Board and 40 members on its Council of Advisors. The Foundation protects, preserves and promotes the legacy of George C. Marshall, former Army chief of staff during WWII, secretary of state, secretary of defense and architect of the Marshall Plan for post-war economic recovery who died in 1959.