Robert B. Morrison is the founder of Quadrant Arts Education Research, the nation’s leading arts education research and intelligence organization. Mr. Morrison’s leadership in research, public policy and advocacy efforts has led to significant advancements in access to music and arts education programs across the nation. Prior to founding Quadrant Arts Education Research Mr. Morrison was the founder of Music for All, one of the nation’s largest and most influential music education organizations where he remains Chairman Emeritus. Mr. Morrison helped develop and then served as the CEO of the VH1 Save The Music Foundation where he took a small promotional idea and created a major national brand donating more than $25 million of musical instruments to restore more than 1200 music programs. He was a founding member of the National Coalition for Music Education and continues to work closely with leading national arts organizations to promote the development and implementation of the National Standards for Arts Education. Mr. Morrison’s advocacy work has earned him both an EMMY and a Peabody Award.