Member of Moffitt Cancer Center Patient & Family Advisory Council and Community Advisory Board
Barney Morris is a member of Moffitt Cancer Center’s Patient and Family
Advisory Council and Community Advisory Board. He is the current vice
chairman for Oncology Research Information Exchange Network’s (ORIEN)
Patient Advisory Council where as a cancer survivor and advocate he frequently
uses his public speaking skills and real life experiences to bring home the
importance of being purposeful and intentional in eliminating health care
disparities and inequities particularly as it relates to prostate cancer.
He is the Past President of 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay Inc’s chapter and
Chair of their Health and Wellness committee. Barney is an alumnus of the
University of Georgia (Bachelor of Science in Computer Science), University of
California Riverside ( Certificate in Governmental Accounting and Budgeting),
Air Force Squadron Officer School and Air Force Air Command and Staff
College. He’s a decorated retired Air Force Officer, (Major), having served a
combined total of twenty years between active and reserve forces. Barney
recently retired as an Assistant Inspector in Charge, United States Postal
Inspection Service where he was responsible for the investigative efforts in
Georgia and Florida.
More recently Barney joined the Prostate Health Education Network, PHEN, as
a PHEN Ambassador.