David M. Morgan

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David M. Morgan has been Chancellor of Deakin University since 1 January 2006, following the retirement of his predecessor Dr Richard Searby, QC.[1]

Appointed to Deakin University’s Council on 1 January 1999 and served as Deputy Chancellor from 2000 until 2003.

Chair of Deakin University's Finance and Business Affairs Committee.

Chair of the Board of DeakinPrime.

Chairman of the Geelong Economic Development Board and the G21-Geelong Regional Alliance Ltd.

Member of the Board of the Australian Trade Commission.

Member of the Board of the Victorian Centre for Advanced Materials Manufacturing.

Chairman of the National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council.

Former President of Ford Motor Company of Australia and the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries.

He also holds several senior positions on industry and business councils.

He was educated at North Sydney Boys High School[2] where he was a Prefect in 1954.[3]


  1. ^ Mitchell, Lisa (20 February 2006). "Campus chatter". theage.com.au. Retrieved 18 February 2009. 
  2. ^ Leaving Certificate 1954
  3. ^ The Falcon Journal Issue No 58