David Morgan’s experience combines non-profit work, health care, and entrepreneurship.

In the non-profit arena, David worked in Human Resources with Chuck Swindoll’s international ministry, Insight for Living, while completing a graduate degree at Dallas Theological Seminary. He currently leads a handful of innovative discussion groups and serves as an Elder at Trader’s Point Christian Church. David also wrote a book, Delivering Your Future, which helps young adults discover their calling and stay grounded in faith during college.

David has been the President of Senior Home Companions for more than a decade. SHC creates active and engaged lives through exceptional care for older adults. David was drawn to SHC because he was impressed with the dedication and compassion of the caregivers who attended to his grandparents. SHC has grown to have six locations in Indiana and Florida with 600 people serving older adults.

Most recently, David has created innovation in memory care. Story Cottages are first-of-their kind, exclusive Indy custom residences for those with memory loss. They provide peace of mind to family members, allowing their loved ones to reside in a comforting, neighborhood memory care home with premium safety features, surrounded by peers and a nurturing staff.

David graduated with an M.B.A from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College where he was an Edward Tuck Scholar. He also completed the Stanley K Lacey (LEAD) leadership program and has served on the Board for the Indiana Association of Homecare, the Private Care Association, and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

David and his wife and their three boys enjoy a variety of outdoor adventures.