The Phi Mu Foundation Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointments of two new Trustees: Jean Morgan, Eta Beta, and Jennifer Free, Kappa Nu. The two appointments expand the governing body of eight members to ten women who serve as Trustees, two of whom also serve on the National Council.
“I am delighted to welcome Jean and Jen to the Board of Trustees. Both women are loyal, generous members of the 1852 Society Giving Program.” said Diane Eggert, Foundation President. “They each bring exceptionally unique professional and volunteer leadership experiences that will elevate the Board’s abilities to strategically set vision for the Foundation. Our board is looking forward to the unique perspectives Jean and Jen will provide related to the implementation of the Strategic Plan and the advancement of our mission.”
Jean Morgan is an architect who specializes in multi-family housing for seniors. Jean and her husband, John, co-own an architectural design firm in Seattle, Washington. They have one daughter, Emily, who is pursuing a Doctoral degree in Audiology and is currently completing a one year externship at UC Davis in Sacramento. Jean serves on the Chapter Advisory Council for the newly chartered Eta Beta Chapter at the University of Washington, and has also served on the House Corporation board for the past eight years. In Jean’s spare time, she enjoys traveling, gardening and spending time with her family.
“I truly believe in doing anything to help promote and support the programs that help collegians advance their leadership skills. I am thrilled to serve as a Trustee, and I look forward to working with the rest of the board,” Jean shared.
Jennifer Free is an attorney who focuses in the areas of family law, criminal defense law, and social security disability law. Jen resides and practices law in Jackson, Tennessee. She is a past Kappa Nu Chapter Adviser and Membership Adviser, and was recognized as the Outstanding Advisory Council Member for her dedicated volunteer service. She is an active member of the Jackson Service League and was elected as the Jackson-Madison County Bar Association President for the 2015-2016 term. Jen was recently selected as one of “Jackson’s Finest Young Professionals”, a prestigious honor given to servant leaders who positively influence and impact the Greater Jackson, TN community.
“Phi Mu Foundation has opened the doors for so many young women by providing scholarships and leadership training,” said Jen. “I am humbled to have been selected as one of the newest Trustees. I am excited for the opportunity to work with such an amazing group of women and cannot wait to see what exciting things are to come.”
Please join the Board of Trustees and Foundation staff in extending a warm welcome to new Trustees, Jean Morgan and Jennifer Free. For the full listing of the Board of Trustees, click here.