Jeff Morse is an 11-year resident of South Riding and
is the Dulles District School Board Representative. Jeff grew up in Vienna, graduated from
Virginia Tech, and was commissioned an ensign in the U.S. Navy. He served on active duty
for 20 years, retiring as a commander in 2006. Jeff qualified as a Surface Warfare Officer,
serving on a frigate, a cruiser, and an aircraft carrier and deploying four times to the Persian Gulf,
including Operations Earnest Will and Desert Storm.
Ashore, he was a master instructor at the United
States Naval Academy, a project manager for several classified advanced weapon systems and, in his
final billet, the director, Navy Displays, Processors and Navigation Systems for ships and
In addition to his bachelor of science in business
management from Virginia Tech, Jeff earned a master of science in business finance from the
University of Maryland (UMUC) while graduating first in his class, a master of arts in
National Security and Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College, graduating with distinction,
and a one-year Harvard Fellowship.
Jeff is a lead associate for Booz Allen Hamilton,
supporting the federal government in managing and procuring technology and services. He is a
Department of Defense acquisition professional, a Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act
(DAWIA) Level III program manager, a Project Management Institute (PMI) certified project
management professional (PMP) and a member of Mensa.
He has been a very active volunteer in the community,
as a coach and referee for many youth teams, a lector/hospitality member for Corpus Christi
Catholic Church, and served as president of South Riding Home Owners Association for two years.
He was also director for the Dulles South Neighbors for Education before his election to
the School Board.
Jeff has been married to his wife Karen for 17 years.
They have three children attending Loudoun County Public Schools; one in high school, one
in middle school and one in elementary school. Karen enjoys working as a kindergarten
assistant for an LCPS elementary school.