Bachelor of Science with highest honors, Mississippi State University, 1943. Graduate student, Duke, 1947. Doctor of Philosophy, American University, 1974.
Instructor mathematics, Mississippi State University, 1943; joined, United States Foreign Service, 1947; 3d secretary embassy, Nanking, Canton, Hong Kong, 1947-1949; vice consul, Hamburg, Germany, 1950-1953; consul, 1954; Dutch and Swiss desk officer, State Department, 1955-1957; public affairs officer, State Department (European bureau), 1958; consul in charge, Medellin, Colombia, 1959-1961; Columbia and Argentine desk officer, State Department, 1961-1963; deputy director, State Department, East Coast of Latin American, 1963-1965; director operations center, also deputy executive secretary to secretary of state, 1965-1967; consul general, Stuttgart, Germany, 1967-1969; fellow, Imperial Defence College, London, 1970; country director Peru and Ecuador, Department State, 1971-1972; detailed, S.E. Federal Regional Council, Atlanta, 1973-1974; senior research associate, lecturer, Emory University, 1973-1976; adjunct faculty, Johns Hopkins, since 1977; investment broker, Paine Webber, Washington, 1979-1987; investment banker, Lancaster Investment Superior vena cava syndrome, Washington, since 1987. Political advisor, United States delegate Law of Treaties, 1969. Member National Tax Advisory Board, 1981-1985, Paine Webber.
Campaign manager for Jimmy Carter in Northwest Louisiana, 1975-1976. Co-founder Futuros para Niños, 1960. Served to captain United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1943-1946, colonel Reserve retired.
Member Marine CorpsCombat Corrs. Association, Sigma Chi, Phi Kappa Phi.
Married Mary Elinor Bickham, November 1, 1947. 1 son, Bruce Morgan World War II.