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Dakota- Morrow

Dakota Morrow

Program Associate

Dakota Morrow joined The Wallace Foundation as a program associate on the Education Leadership team in 2024. He provides logistical and programmatic support to the department.


He brings to the foundation a diverse background in program development, event planning, stakeholder engagement, and project management. Before joining Wallace, Morrow worked at FUSE Corps, a nonprofit that focuses on advancing climate and racial equity initiatives across city governments nationwide. He also worked at CORE New Orleans, a public health and disaster response organization, and the New Orleans Mayor's Office of Youth and Families, where he worked to address ongoing issues about youth racial disparity and incarceration. 


Morrow received a B.A in peace studies and sustainability from The George Washington University. He actively volunteers with One Love Community Kitchen, a nonprofit providing free food to community refrigerators around Brooklyn, and the Adaptive Climbing Group, which provides free climbing experiences for individuals with disabilities. He is an avid rock climber who loves the challenges of scaling cliffs and conquering new heights. His passion for adventure extends to the creative realm, where he finds inspiration in ceramics.


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