Morgan Ramsay is a serial entrepreneur and author whose companies have served the defense and entertainment industries. Currently, he is the founder, president, and chief executive officer at Entertainment Media Council, the first and only association for entrepreneurs, C-level executives, and senior managers in the video game industry.
For seven years, Ramsay was the founder, president, and chief executive officer at Heretic, where he led initiatives which recognized men and women of the armed forces on behalf of the President of the United States of America, and launched technologies and services for clients ranging from the nonprofit and small business to the Fortune Global 500.
As the author of Gamers at Work, Ramsay has interviewed the world's most successful entrepreneurs in the video game industry, including Atari cofounder Nolan Bushnell, Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins, and Sierra On-Line cofounder Ken Williams. Gamers at Work was introduced in the foreword by Lionhead Studios founder Peter Molyneux OBE.
Ramsay serves as a member of the Business Council at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts Foundation, and as a strategy, marketing, and technology advisor to the boards of directors at Coronado Promenade Concerts and San Diego Filmmakers. He has also served as the vice chairman at the International Game Developers Association of San Diego.
He holds a bachelor's degree in Communication from University of Phoenix, and also received education in nonprofit management; event planning; advertising, marketing, and merchandising; and retailing from Chapman University, San Diego State University, and Palomar College.