Jay Morris is president of Jay Morris Communications LLC, a public relations consulting firm he formed in October 2011 after completing an 11-year stint as senior vice president of marketing and communications for the National Association of Federal Credit Unions.
Jay has worked for over 30 years in the association and communications field, previously serving as director of public affairs for the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors and manager of government research and publications for the National Restaurant Association.
He began his career as a reporter and photographer with the Tidewater News and then became editor of the Chesapeake Post. He has been a contributing writer for Restaurants USA, The Tidewater Virginian, City Paper, Veteran, Almanac of the Unelected, The Independent Writer, Advisor Today, Capitol Communicator, PRSA-NCC Blog and The Federal Credit Union.
Jay is a member of the Public Relations Society of America and serves on the board of the National Capital Chapter. He is also on the board of the Independent Public Relations Alliance.
Active in civic, professional and religious organizations, he brings a unique brand of can-do spirit and purpose to each new endeavor. His desire to blog on leadership, career and life changes stems from his many years of observing and managing people, improving organizations and volunteering in various capacities.
At long last, I have said seven things about myself and nominated ten blogs.
Jay, I thank you sincerely for nominating me.
Micheline, you are quite welcome. You have a wonderful blog. I wish the best for you in 2013! – Jay
Thank you Jay. I also wish you the best for 2013.
Dear Jay, This is a very belated thank you for nominating me for the Sunshine Blog Award. I have finally gotten the post done, and of course, you are mentioned in it. Thanks again, and you can view it here: http://themuseisworking.com
Ellie, your post is wonderful. Well done!
Well, thank you so much, Jay. What a nice thing to say! Have a blessed day!
This is best article I’ve read on stewardship. [Are you a good steward or a bad steward?] It has given me a much better understanding of biblical stewardship. Thank you so much. I am sharing with others who I know will appreciate you for this as much as I do. Thanks again and God bless you.
Thank you, Marvis!!
I love this kind of writing! Thank you for writing words that lift us to a higher level of living life in a more meaningful way.
Chuck, thanks for your comment!