Leigh Morrison
Learning and Innovation Manager
Pronouns: She | Her | Hers

“I am a queer-identified, cisgender white woman, an educator and learner, an introvert, a Midwesterner, a daughter, a sister, a partner, a storyteller, an advocate, and a proud graduate of a historically women’s college. I #LiveInclusively by continuously reflecting on my personal experiences and areas of limited perspective, striving to embrace curiosity over judgement, interrogating and challenging dominant narratives, unlearning scarcity mindsets in favor of community-focused abundance, and committing to my own lifelong learning journey.”

Leigh Morrison is a Learning and Innovation Manager at The Winters Group. In this role, Leigh is responsible for supporting the development of and research for The Winters Group’s educational experiences and resources. Leigh works closely with TWG instructional designers, clients, and facilitators to curate learning designs that resonate with learners in every industry – from education, arts, and not-for-profit, to faith organizations, manufacturing, and tech.

Leigh’s brings to this role a background in equity and justice, adult learning and curriculum design, as well as a passion for storytelling as a powerful means to social change. She is enthusiastic about the potential for education in its many forms to advance equity and justice. Specific interests include increasing accessibility of education to those most impacted by systems of oppression; promoting culturally-relevant learning as a tool for individual and community empowerment; and leveraging strong educational practices to design antiracism, equity and justice-related education that is accessible, impactful, and enduring.

Prior to this role, Leigh served as an Instructional Designer with The Winters Group, a workshop designer and facilitator at University of Michigan’s Program on Intergroup Relations, a Program Evaluation Intern at 826michigan, and an Academic Support Coordinator at Grand Rapids Community College.

Leigh is a contributing author in Racial Justice at Work: Practical Solutions for Systemic Change (February, 2023) with chapters Operationalizing Justice: A Radical Shift in Consciousness; How to Make Reparations a Reality Now; and A Racial Justice-Centered Approach to Learning and Development.

A graduate of Wellesley College, Leigh holds an undergraduate degree in Gender Studies, with a concentration of Intersectionality of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality. Leigh earned her Master of Arts in Educational Studies from the University of Michigan School of Education.

Leigh lives in Denver, CO, with her partner and two cats. In her spare time she enjoys prioritizing rest, writing, tending to her plants, practicing American Sign Language, and cultivating community.

Leigh is a certified administrator for the Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®).

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