Glen Morgan was the Grassroots Director and the Property Rights Director at the Freedom Foundation. He enjoys creating videos documenting Big Government's abuses of citizens – particularly on property rights issues. He is a frequent writer and speaker on property rights, the environmental movement, Big Government, and the importance of citizen activism. In 2014, Bill Whittle called Glen, "The ascended high master of political messaging." Glen doesn't consider himself a high master of anything, but he does like to expose the truth about the issues that impact average citizens in Washington State.
Glen's articles have been reproduced in publications ranging from the Heritage Insider to local blog sites. He has also been featured on King5 News, KOMO News, Fox News (Q13), The David Boze show, among other television and radio appearances. He frequently testifies on property rights issues at local government hearings and at the Washington State Legislature.
Glen also is an investigative citizen journalist who frequently meets with anonymous whistleblowers from various state agencies and local governments who want to expose the truth where they work.
Glen was elected as a School Director in the Rochester School District in 2011, and is the current Vice President of the Thurston County Farm Bureau. He is also on the State Policy Board for the Washington State Farm Bureau. Glen was a candidate for the Thurston County Assessor’s office in 2010. Glen was the Project Manager for Stop Taking Our Property (S.T.O.P.) Thurston County
As a Fifth Generation Washingtonian, Glen’s roots run deep in Washington State. His Great-great Grandmother helped start the Pike Place Market, where multiple generations sold flowers for many years. After graduating from college in New York City, he returned home and worked for small start-up companies and local manufacturing businesses developing new products for a variety of markets. Glen earned his BA in political science, international affairs from Columbia College in New York City. He lives on a small tree farm in Tenino with his wife and their four children.
Glen can be contacted personally via email