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    ASRT Deputy CEO Greg Morrison Set to Retire

    Dec 20, 2021
    Greg Morrison
    Greg Morrison, M.A., R.T.(R), CNMT, CAE

    A respected senior executive of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists who has served the world’s largest radiologic science association for nearly 30 years will retire in January 2022.

    Greg Morrison, M.A., R.T.(R), CNMT, CAE, first came to ASRT in 1993 as director of continuing education. Since then, he has served in numerous capacities, including chief operating officer, associate executive director and most recently deputy chief executive officer. He was also instrumental in the creation of the ASRT Museum and Archives, where he served as executive director. The one-of-a-kind museum explores the history of the radiologic technology profession.

    “Greg’s leadership has had a profound impact on our association and the entire profession,” said ASRT Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director Sal Martino, Ed.D., R.T.(R), FASRT, FASAE, CAE. “He has increased our effectiveness in the legislative and regulatory advocacy arena and led our continuing education efforts at a critical time of growth. He directed the complicated expansion of our offices and brought his passion to our widely admired museum. We wish him the best as he steps into this new phase in his life.”

    Morrison began his career in North Dakota and holds bachelor of science degrees from Minot State University in radiologic technology and nuclear medicine technology. He also holds a master of arts degree in management and human resource development from Webster University.

    His participation in professional associations is wide-ranging and includes the American Society of Association Executives, American Alliance of Museums, the North Dakota Society of Radiologic Technologists and the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, among others.

    In addition to his involvement on boards and committees, Morrison has also been honored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for his work on the Image Gently campaign, is a life member and Lester Shook honorary lecturer of the North Dakota Society of Radiologic Technologists and trustee emeritus of the National Atomic History Museum Foundation.

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