Senior Program Officer, Bullitt Foundation
Since 2014, Rashad Morris has served as a Program Officer at the Bullitt Foundation. At the foundation, his work supports more than 50 nonprofit organizations across an array of environmental policy issues, including energy, climate, toxics, and green buildings. Prior to joining the Bullitt Foundation, Morris developed a broad base of experience in policy formation and advocacy as a Seattle City Council Legislative Assistant, and as a Policy Analyst for the Washington State Senate as well as for the nonprofit Washington Environmental Council. Deeply committed to integrating social, racial, and economic justice with environmental sustainability, Morris has served as a founder and volunteer co-leader of Seattle’s chapter of the national Environmental Professionals of Color (EPOC) network, where he is still a member. He also sits on the boards of the Environmental Grantmakers Association, Evergreen Business Capital CDC, and Evergreen Business Capital Foundation. Morris earned a law degree from University of California, Berkeley, and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Loyola Marymount University.