Randy Morger is a retired senior business executive who last served as the Vice President of Communications for a major electronics business with 19,000 employees and annual revenues in excess of $6 billion. Morger entered commercial industry in 1999 following a 24-year U.S. Air Force public relations career, where his final assignment was Chief of Plans and Policy and Deputy Chief of Public Information at NATO’s Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) in Belgium. Prior major military assignments included service as a Defense Department spokesman at the Pentagon, command of the overseas broadcast Far East Network, and command of the Desert Network in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, among others.
Randy received a bachelor’s degree in radio-TV from the University of Montana where he was recipient of the Connie R. Craney Scholarship Award in 1972. He also has a master’s degree in history from the University of Alabama.
Following his retirement in 2007, Randy returned to Montana to live in Fort Benton, the town where he grew up. He is active in his community and state as Chair of the Greater Montana Foundation Board of Trustees which supports community interest broadcast programming; as an executive officer and treasurer of the Russell Country Tourism board; board member and treasurer of the Chouteau County Performing Arts organization which brings name entertainment and events to area citizens; and with the Fort Benton Chamber of Commerce for video/web productions of tourist attractions.