Tené Morgan is an organizer whose passion for community-driven activism, youth-led initiatives, systems change, and racial justice has informed her work throughout her career. As a member engagement specialist for the Shriver Center on Poverty Law, Tené provides resources, training, and critical support to members of the Legal Impact Network and Racial Justice Institute Network.
Previously, Tené designed virtual organizing trainings for the youth-led division of the Midwest Center for School Transformation. She also created cultural awareness programs for BIPOC young people, as a program coordinator for the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation.
Tené received her undergraduate degree in psychology with a minor in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) from the University of New Mexico. She earned her master’s degree in global affairs from the University of Notre Dame. Tené is a proud alumna of City of Lakes AmeriCorps, Mercy Volunteer Corps, and the Peace Corps.