Ben Morton Wright founded Global Philanthropic in 2002. He has supervised the establishment of Global Philanthropic operations in the UK, Australia, Hong Kong and Canada. As Group CEO, Mr Morton Wright has gained recognition as a major gift strategist, an expert in structuring international campaigns and a specialist on higher education and Asian philanthropy.
Since founding the Group in 2002, Mr Morton Wright has served as senior strategy consultant to, amongst others, the London School of Economics; St Andrews University; Trinity College, Cambridge; St John’s College, Oxford; the United Nations Foundation; the University of Hull; the STARS Foundation; Institute for Cancer Research; Aquaculture Stewardship Council; the Birmingham Royal Ballet; King’s College London; Sussex University; FIP Foundation; Protimos; York St John University; UNICEF UK, and a number of other organisations around the world.
Currently, Mr Morton Wright advises a number of private individuals and philanthropists around the world to develop meaningful philanthropic strategies. He has been acknowledged as an expert on Asian philanthropy.
Mr Morton Wright is a member of the UK Institute of Directors, a Director of DanceEast, an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and was recently appointed as a member of the Council for Goldsmiths, University of London. He is also a member of the Royal Automobile Club and regularly speaks on philanthropic issues and trends around the world. Ben also co-authored ‘Talking Philanthropy. Volume 1’ book which was published in 2017.