Morgan Holley

Struggle Well State Director - Florida

Following graduation from the University of Alabama in 1986, Morgan began a federal law enforcement career with the U.S. Secret Service in Washington, DC, then in 1988 transferred into a Special Agent position with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and was assigned to the Miami Field Division as his first post of duty. After nine years in Miami, Morgan went on to work counter-narcotics assignments in Santa Cruz, Bolivia; Phoenix, Arizona; Mazatlán, Mexico; and finally El Paso, Texas, where he served as Assistant Special Agent in Charge at the El Paso Intelligence Center.

In October 2014, after 27 years of federal service, Morgan retired from the DEA and began a consultant position as a Senior Police Advisor under the Central America Police Reform Initiative (CAPRI) within the U.S. State Department, Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs section. Morgan served as a Regional Supervisor in this program, coordinating assistance efforts to enhance professionalism and capabilities of National Police agencies throughout Central America.

Morgan is honored to have joined the Boulder Crest team in January 2024 as Struggle Well State Director for Florida and Georgia. He understands first-hand the toll that daily stress and pressure can take on First Responders and their families, and strongly believes this program can make a positive impact in their lives. Morgan currently resides in Jacksonville, Florida with his wife Jimena, and in his spare time enjoys fishing, BBQing, beach activities and watching college football.