Roger Morton

2021/22 Fellow

Roger has worked for charitable causes across the globe as an engineer, inventor and project manager. He now wants to use his unique problem-solving skills to help a cause closer to home.

Since graduating from the University of Exeter in 2013, with a degree in mechanical engineering, Roger has worked the land, farming (and welding machinery back together), in Buckinghamshire. He has invented, manufactured, and marketed an innovative personal protective kit for aid workers faced with the threat of chemical warfare. And he has worked as an engineer and logistician for Medecins Sans Frontieres in South Sudan and Iraq.

Roger is really excited to be home and to start focusing on a domestic project!

Outside of work, Roger loves nothing more than building treehouses for his friends’ kids and riding his motorbike.