The AGDMV thanks officer Tim Morgan and his staff of Charles County.

Tim Morgan is the county official who works diligently with Guinean Community to host the Annual Inter-States Soccer Tournament in Charles County.           

WHO IS TIMOTHY MORGAN?

Timothy J. Morgan – Chief of Tourism & Special Events for Charles County Office of Tourism

Morgan began his employment with the Charles County Office of Tourism on Monday, Aug. 25.

Morgan has 12 years of tourism development experience, and has held several leadership positions in this field. His career includes serving as tourism development manager for Clackamas County Economic Development in Oregon City, Ore., state tourism director for the Delaware Economic Development Office in Wilmington, Del., and director of sales for the Washington County Visitors Association in Beaverton, Ore.

Most recently, Morgan was Vice President of Partnerships for the Tacoma South Sound Sports Commission in Tacoma, Wash. In this role, he recruited events with an economic impact of $1.5 million. His responsibilities included developing and managing a hospitality partnership program with hotels and restaurants, assisting with strategic plan development, and soliciting corporate partners. Morgan’s goals are to attract overnight visitors and ‘day-trippers’ from the Mid-Atlantic region to showcase everything Charles County has to offer to visitors

Morgan earned a Master’s degree in Sports Administration/Facility Management from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo.
Morgan said, “I’m excited about this tremendous professional opportunity to lead Charles County’s tourism development and promotion efforts. I look forward to collaborating with tourism partners to increase the visibility of Charles County’s tourism offerings to visitors, which creates positive economic impact for the area.”

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