President & COO
As President & COO, David Morris steers the success of NeoInsulation’s business operations, managing the sales, field operations and manufacturing functions of the company. Under his direction, NeoInsulation has transformed from a niche product company into a top tier manufacturing and field service provider.
David began his career with NeoInsulation designing and implementing process improvement initiatives as a consultant, and officially joined “Team Neo” in August 2018. In addition to his executive leadership role, he currently serves as the primary business development contact for NeoInsulation’s North Dakota and Canadian markets.
David’s experience includes operations, sales, business process improvement, supply chain management, human resources, health and safety (HSE), technical training, leadership development, and quality assurance. Because of his broad experience, David has the unique ability to visualize how each plays a role in driving business results.
Before joining NeoInsulation, David served as Vice President – Strategy of JM2 Capital, a private business consulting and wealth management firm. During his time there, he was the managing director of JM2’s business growth strategy and process improvement practice. Working across multiple industry sectors, David helped his clients develop executable growth strategies and drive accountability for implementation.
Prior to JM2 Capital, David served as Director of Operations Support for Weir Mathena, a surface pressure control provider to the Oil and Gas industry. In addition to his responsibilities with Weir Mathena, David was a key contributor to global leadership development and HSE initiatives for the Weir Group, Mathena’s parent company. His previous experience includes various roles with increasing levels of responsibility with Chesapeake Energy, Access Midstream Partners (Williams), and multiple non-profit and start-up organizations.
David is a graduate of Oklahoma State University and Covenant Theological Seminary. He currently resides in Edmond, Oklahoma, with his wife and four children.