Over the years, the business has evolved and Morgan brings an exciting new perspective on the logistics and meaning of taxi and livery service. His most recent work, prior to joining Yellow Cab was in running the logistics aspects of the family’s CPS Delivery System business.
It’s an exciting time for taxi services. Market disruption and interesting challenges to the established taxi business model. Morgan’s welcomes the competition because it will help propel positive changes for passenger guests who choose to Go Yellow.
As a native of Columbus, Morgan also feels great responsibility for a legacy of public service the company has provided over many decades. From providing transportation for at-risk members of the community to participating in the Taxis on Patrol program that helps police with a second set of eyes in our neighborhoods, Yellow Cab of Columbus continues to provide service under his leadership as a locally-owned and -operated business with commitment to the Central Ohio community.
Morgan’s growing up and education years were spent here at The Columbus Academy and at the University of Arizona. His first job was with a small investment group, McCloy Financial, then he joined the family businesses.
You will find him in the office, working side by side with all team members at Yellow Cab, looking for new ways to make passenger guest and driver partner experiences better with each trip.
Morgan most enjoys seeing driver partners achieve their financial goals and works every day to champion their right to a level playing field on the street whether the issue is regulatory or competitive.
Beyond the business, Morgan is a major supporter of the arts and small business. He is an active member of the North Market Development Authority Board and has served on the boards of The Wexner Center, Ohio Art League and supports the Columbus Museum of Art.
He has dedicated time to raising money and awareness for Nationwide Children’s Hospital, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and diabetes research.
He resides in Columbus with his wife Lindsey and their two children.is a third generation to leader of the family business. Yellow Cab of Columbus was established by Morgan’s grandfather in 1928 using proceeds from his produce sales at The North Market.