E. MORGAN MASSEY
For over 65 years, E. Morgan Massey has led mining companies throughout the United States, South America, and China. Upon becoming president in 1972 of A. T. Massey Coal Company, he grew the company founded by his grandfather into the fourth largest coal enterprise in the United States.
As founder of Massey, LC, Mr. Massey has built on his family’s long history in the energy industry by building bold new projects around the world.
Mr. Massey has served on the boards of three public companies, including St. Joe Minerals Co., Fluor Corporation and Owens & Minor. In addition, he has maintained distinguished professional, university and community affiliations, including as Director of the Massey Cancer Center (VCU School of Medicine), and Chairman of its Capital Campaign Committee; Board of Advisors and past Vice Chairman of Virginia Institute of Marine Science, and President of the VIMS Foundation; Board of Advisors of University of Richmond; Director and Secretary/Treasurer of the Massey Foundation; board member of the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Engineering; Chairman of the Joan & Morgan Massey Foundation; and Director of Marshall Miller & Associates.
A Richmond Virginia, native, Mr. Massey and his late wife Joan Carpenter Massey have had a tremendous philanthropic influence on their community.