The ACEC/MO Board of Directors Named Morgan Mundell as its Next President & CEO

JEFFERSON CITY, MO (October 22, 2020) – The board of directors of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Missouri (ACEC/MO) has named Morgan Mundell as its next President & CEO. Mundell will replace Bruce Wylie, who served more than 35 years in the same position.

“The ACEC/MO Board of Directors is excited to announce that Morgan Mundell will be joining us as our new President and CEO,” said Vicki LaRose, ACEC/MO Chair.  “He has the experience and background to help fulfill the ACEC/MO mission representing the business of consulting engineering and has spent a number of years working on infrastructure funding.  I would also like to thank Bruce Wylie for his many years of dedicated service, growing ACEC/MO to the premier engineering organization it is today.  His leadership and guidance will be greatly missed.”

Mundell, a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia and Southeast Missouri State University, currently serves as the Executive Manager of the of the Missouri Limestone Producers Association.  Also, Mundell has served as Managing Director of the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association and Deputy Director of the National Lieutenant Governors Association.

“Morgan has been highly engaged with the Missouri Legislature the U.S. Congress over the years and has a proven track record in organizational management at both the national and state levels.  He will be a great asset for ACEC/MO, and I look forward to handing off the baton to him,” said Bruce Wylie, current ACEC/MO President. “I would like to thank the ACEC/MO Board and membership for their support and encouragement over the years.  It has been a privilege to serve the engineering industry and business leaders that drive this respected profession.”

The selection of Mundell by the ACEC/MO Board of Directors becomes effective on November 16th.

“I am excited to join the organization and to put my years of experience to work for the engineering companies of Missouri,” said Mundell. “ACEC/MO has a distinguished reputation in Jefferson City and the rest of Missouri through its governmental advocacy and best practice programming, and I look forward to continuing that effort.”

Mundell resides in Jefferson City, Missouri, with his wife Jessica and two children.