Morgan B. Tucker BComm’22



Morgan is currently an Analyst at Davis Pier Consulting and brings a diverse skill set and extensive experience spanning various social sector organizations. Morgan excels in community consultations, applying a person-centered design approach to conduct meaningful, first-voice engagements. With a keen focus on trauma-informed approaches, she has demonstrated her expertise in a range of projects.
Morgan has been dedicated to developing strategies and roles that facilitate the transition of Disability Support Program participants from large facilities into the community. A pivotal aspect of her work involves crafting communication and change management plans that are not only person-centred but also effective in reducing participant harm and fostering safer, trauma-informed environments.
Beyond her professional pursuits, Morgan has devoted considerable time over the last six years to volunteer work with local shelters and prominent community organizations such as Feed Nova Scotia and Adsum House for Women and Children. This commitment is rooted in her personal history, as the community played a pivotal role in supporting her and her family during her youth. Morgan recognizes the significance of community-based programs and services, as they played a crucial role in her own life, fueling her passion to contribute to initiatives that help others unlock their potential.
Morgan holds a Bachelor of Commerce with Magna Cum Laude in Entrepreneurship and a minor in Psychology from Saint Mary’s University, where she was honoured with the Frank H. Sobey Award and SMUSA Senior of the Year Award. Morgan was a member of the 2021-2022 SMU Venture Grade student investment fund, which entered a team in the VCIC New England Regionals and placed second among many top-tier American schools. Morgan was also the co-president of the Sobey School of Business Commerce Society in her final year of university.
Currently, she is pursuing a Certificate in Agile Workplace Development from Saint Mary’s University.

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