Jonathan Morgan is Chief Governance Officer at Queen Mary University of London.
Jonathan joined Queen Mary from the University of Roehampton, where he had held the position of Academic Registrar since 2009.
He holds responsibilities for matters relating to corporate and academic governance, including the management of academic quality and standards, academic regulation, registry services, admissions, the Student Information System (SIS) and information compliance.
Jonathan led the strategic direction of the University of Roehampton's Academic Registry, heading a staff of almost 100 working in the university's central administration and across academic schools and departments. His key achievements included the implementation of a new administrative structure for the university, leading to significant economic savings and a more consistent and professional approach to academic administration across Roehampton. Under Jonathan's leadership, the department introduced a paperless admissions system, overhauled the university's student records and supported a successful QAA Institutional Review.
He was previously employed as Head of Academic Development at Royal Holloway, University of London (2007-8), and as Deputy Registrar (2000-2007) and Head of Examinations and Timetabling, also at Royal Holloway (1998-2000). Jonathan is a Member of the Academic Registrars Council and a Member of the Association of University Administrators. He holds a MMus in Historical Musicology from Royal Holloway (1994) and a BA in Music from Brasenose College, University of Oxford (1993).