Adjunct Professor, Business Law. Graduated from Carroll in 1973, then the University of Montana Law School in 1976.
John was hired to try all of the utility and transportation cases of the Montana Consumer Counsel during the next three years. He had about 80 trials during those years before the Montana PSC,FERC,IIC,CAB and several other federal courts around the country, and lived out of suitcases for a couple of years. Subsequently, John entered private practice in Helena, where he has remained. Doubek & Pyfer, LLC involves primarily medical malpractice, products liavility, workers comp, other personal injury and complex business litigation. John is admitted to all courts, state and federal, in Montana as well as the 6th, 9th, and 10th Circuit Courts of Appeal, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and all Interstate Commerce services. He has handled over 60 cases before the Montana Supreme Court and over 100 jury trials. In addition, John has been a lecturer before various legal groups/seminars.
Mr. Morrison joined the Business Department faculty in the fall of 2010. A graduate of the University of Montana-Gallagher School of Business, Clint is currently teaching a special topics course on Financial Accounting and Analysis.
Clinton J. Morrison has been Chief Financial Officer of Eagle Bancorp Montana, Inc. since June 2007 and serves as its Principal Accounting Officer and Senior Vice President. Mr. Morrison has been Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of American Federal Savings Bank, a subsidiary of Eagle Bancorp Montana since July 1, 2007 and served as its Vice President, Compliance Officer and Treasurer. He joined American Federal Savings Bank in 2001. Mr. Morrison is a member of the Helena Downtown Kiwanis Club. Mr. Morrison maintains a certified public accountant license in the State of Montana. He is a member of the Montana Society of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs.
(This biography is adpated from BloombergBusinessweek.com)
Russ Cargo is a principal in the consulting firm, Third Sector Services, LLC, founded in 1998 to help strengthen nonprofit organizations. For the last sixteen years he has devoted his work towards developing Nonprofit Management and Philanthropic Studies as an academic discipline.
He is currently helping Carroll College in Helena, Montana, and the American Public University System establish nonprofit management programs by developing courses and teaching. Before his retirement in 2008 he directed the Nonprofit and Civil Society Program at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). Prior to that he created the Nonprofit Enterprise Institute at Virginia Commonwealth University and he founded the Nonprofit Management Program at George Mason University in 1994. He designed and now directs Omicron Delta Kappa's (the national leadership honor society) "Campus Leaders Today; Community Leaders Tomorrow" program that prepares young college leaders to serve on nonprofit boards.
Dr. Cargo teaches nonprofit courses at Carroll College.