Laura Sanders Morris
Director, Policy and Programs
Laura has earned a solid reputation for innovative projects combining research driven decision making, media strategy, and make-it-happen spirit focused on building relationships. Her collaborations with Disney, Nike,Time Warner and Meridian Health identifying social responsibility opportunities and developing strategies, led to programming initiatives that have supported both internal stakeholders and external community based organizations.
As a skilled mediator, Laura has designed and conducted workshops on conflict resolution, team building, and visioning sessions for students, families and non profit organizations such as KQED and Jack and Jill of America,Inc.
With a sustained commitment to socially responsible outcomes Laura has served on national and local boards advocating for children, gender and race equity. Laura is a former advisory board member for Dress for Success and national board member for Step Up Women’s Network. She currently serves on the board of trustees for Cathedral School for Boys and the advisory board of Wah Mei School.
Recently, Laura transferred her passion for education and media to the pursuit of an advanced degree in education leadership focusing her doctoral research on the role of parents and equity in online learning.
Laura lives in San Francisco with her husband Ken and their two sons.