Robert S. Morris

Managing Partner

Rob founded Olympus in 1988 and serves as the Managing Partner of Olympus Partners and its affiliated investment partnerships.

From 1978-1988, Rob held a variety of management positions in various manufacturing and financial services businesses at General Electric Corporation, the last of which was Senior Vice President of General Electric Investment Corporation, where he managed General Electric Pension Trust's $1.6 billion private equity portfolio.

Rob is a Trustee of Hamilton College and serves on the Board of Directors of Hamilton College Endowment Fund, is Chairman Emeritus of the Board of The Waterside School, and heads The Polio Foundation's research efforts in regeneration medicine. Rob is also featured as a guest lecturer in the private equity courses at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and at the Amos Tuck School of Business.

Education
A.B. from Hamilton College
M.B.A. from the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College

Current portfolio company involvement
Churchill
Centerplate
FFR-DSI
Homax
NPC International
Pepper Dining
Plaze
Pregis
Professional Service Industries
Ritedose
The Waddington Group
Woodcraft