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This profile was last updated on 11/25/04  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Mr. Morris D. Busby

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Naval War College
  • Masters Degree , Latin American Government and Politics
    George Washington University
  • Bachelor's Degree
    Marshall University
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Board, 25 Nov 2004 [cached]
Morris D. Busby
Morris D. Busby has served as a director since March 1998.He is a member of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee of the Board of Directors.Since 1995, Ambassador Busby has served as President of BGI, Inc., an international consulting firm.From 1991 to 1994 he was ambassador to the Republic of Colombia and from 1989 to 1991 he was the U.S. government's U.S. coordinator for counter-terrorism and directed the international efforts against terrorism during the Persian Gulf War.Prior to that time, he was Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter/American Affairs.From 1984 to 1987 he was Deputy Chief of Mission in Mexico City.
Ambassador Busby holds a bachelor's degree from Marshall University and a master's degree from George Washington University.
Minden Press-Herald [cached]
Minden High Principal Morris Busby was appointed as secondary supervisor at the centraloffice during the meeting of the school board Monday night, vacating the principalship.
Personnel Committee Chair Harold Newsom moved to appoint Busby to the position, andRonnie Broughton seconded.
"I've enjoyed nine years being principal at Minden High," Busby said.
"In no way do I feel I am a replacement for Mr. Busby.
Today's News from the Minden Press-Herald, 7 June 2002 [cached]
Above, Minden High School Principal Morris Busby and his daughter, freshman Ashley Busby, work to bring the school year to a successful close on Wednesday, the last day of school for students.
While Minden High Principal Morris Busby pointed out that the days of the old 'three-month' summers are gone for his and many other schools across the nation, three Minden High students were on hand at Busby's office Wednesday, pumped about the approximately two and half months they are getting.
Proving the apple really doesn't fall too far from the proverbial tree, Ashley Busby, 14, the daughter of Minden High Principal Morris Busby was hard at work helping out in the office as the school year was about to come to a close on Wednesday.
Her dad was right there to second his daughter's sentiment, "The family's going to get away from Minden some this summer," said Busby."My wife [Connie Busby] knows if I stay in town, even if I'm on vacation, I'll still work, so we're going to leave town for awhile."
"Myself and Mary King, principal of Springhill High, are the only two 12-month principals in the Parish," began Busby, "so we don't get the actual two month summer that the other principals get, but we are able to squeeze in a little vacation time during the summer."
During the first two weeks of summer, while his daughters will be away at camps, Busby will be attending workshops.
"After my workshops, my wife and I will go up to the camp and spend some time with the girls," said Busby."We'll get some spiritual refreshing, that's important."
Today's News from the Minden Press-Herald, 21 June 2002 [cached]
Morris Busby, left, points out water damage in the ceiling of the cafeteria at Minden High School to James Madden, center, and Bryan Butler.
Morris Busby, committee member and principal at Minden High, led the tour.
The committee saw problems such as ceiling tiles falling down, rusted metal structures, patched up flooring and floors that need major structural work, just to name a few of the problems.
Busby commented when the air-conditioning units were installed, the method used caused problems that resulted in leaks.
"We have major water damage issues in these old buildings, they aren't getting any better," said Busby.
Busby showed a section of the ceiling in an upstairs classroom that had come down.
"There is a kid that sat in this spot everyday, luckily he was absent the day this big chunk of concrete came down," Busby said.
Webster Parish high schools ..., 20 April 2011 [cached]
Webster Parish high schools are very involved in the offering of Dual Enrollment courses allowing high school students to earn college hours at no-to-low cost while still in high school, according to Webster Parish Secondary Supervisor Morris Busby.
"This year, some graduating seniors will complete high school with as many as 30 college hours already earned through Dual Enrollment classes," Busby said.
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