Roy L Morris has expertise in complex litigation case management, economics, finance, telecommunications regulation, administrative law, angel and venture capital, and communications and control systems engineering. Former Chair MIT Enterprise Forum Washington DC/Baltimore (current member of Board), high tech startup advisor, and adjunct professor, Capitol College Graduate School.
He has also provided strategic advice to non-profits as part of the COMPASS program of Greater DC Cares. Over 20 years experience in telecommunications regulation, investing, financial analysis, management, a pioneer in telecommunications competition, deregulation, and engineering design with leading firms and institutions, including Bell Telephone Laboratories, MIT, MCI, US One Communications, ALC Communications Corp, Zip Communications, WebPerfect, the Federal Communications Commission, and Frontier Communications (now Global Crossing.
Mr. Morris holds an MBA (Wharton; emphasis in finance), JD (GWU emphasis corporate law and antitrust), and SMEE (MIT) degrees. Mr. Morris has published numerous papers and articles on entrepreneurship, investing, telecommunications, economics, and law, including, Voice Over Internet Protocol (IP), Internet Encyclopedia at Vol III, 647, Wiley, 2004; A Proposal to Promote Telephone Competition: The LoopCo Plan,CCH Power and Telecom Law, January/February 1998 at 35; and Wanted: More Lead Angel Investors, Potomac Tech Journal, February 18, 2002.