Project Associate, Process Innovation
Morgan McKinney (she/her) is the Project Associate on the Process Innovation team at American Public Human Services Association (APHSA). In her role, she works with state and local human service agencies to implement initiatives that lead to customer-centered, equitable business process improvements in coordination with aligned community and public sector partners. She creates foundational documents to support the design of APHSA projects, leads project management oversight, provides technical assistance to agencies, and generates content and deliverables in alignment with project objectives.
Before joining APHSA, Morgan was a Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellow working with local and national organizations to end hunger and poverty. During the fellowship she worked at Community Farm Alliance and the Brookings Institution. At Community Farm Alliance she co-created a toolkit for disadvantaged farmers to make small-scale, local farming more equitable and profitable in Kentucky. With Brookings, she tracked American Rescue Plan spending across the country and researched the impact of programs and policies on the economic mobility of youth with low incomes.
Morgan is a graduate of Duke University and holds degrees in Public Policy and Global Health.