VP, Public Relations

Josh Morris (Business Management ’07, J.D. ’12)

Name: Josh Morris
Position: Vice President, Public Relations
Profession/Title: Sales Executive
Company: Ticor Title
Experience: 5 years
Degree/Year: Business Management, 2007
Juris Doctorate 2012

Q. What do you love about your profession?

A. I love assisting new and existing clientele, and seeing them grow their business as a result.

Q. How did you choose that profession?

A. I chose Ticor Title due to their professional and ethical reputation for success, as well as the many talented and wonderful individuals who work there.

Q. What’s your favorite (memory) from your Undergrad?

A. My favorite undergrad memory has to be watching our 2004 basketball team ascend to the Sweet 16, and being able to actually attend courses and hang out with the players before, during and after that run.

Q. What made you decide to be a COBAA Member?

A. I decided to become a COBAA member because my parents set the example to stay involved with your Alma Mater as they are both alums as well. I loved my time at UNR, and I am especially grateful for the education I received at the business school. Being on COBAA is just one small way of giving back while having fun, and I want to increase current and former student involvement with the business school, and the university in general. It also helps that I have a couple lifelong friends on the board who attended the business school with me.

Q. Tell us about life after college:

A. After college I attended law school in Phoenix, and came back after being away from Reno for four years. I was hired by Ticor upon returning to town and have had the pleasure of working in a couple different capacities for the company. I am enjoying being so involved with the real estate community, and larger local business community while helping clients enhance their business.

“I decided to become a COBAA member because my parents set the example to stay involved with your Alma Mater as they are both alums as well. I loved my time at UNR, and I am especially grateful for the education I received at the business school. Being on COBAA is just one small way of giving back while having fun, and I want to increase current and former student involvement with the business school, and the university in general. It also helps that I have a couple lifelong friends on the board who attended the business school with me.”

Posted By VP, Public Relations, 18 Dec 2018