Morgan Torres joined Ross Strategic in 2011. She is conversant in a range of environmental and natural resource issues. Her work with the firm has focused on collaborative stakeholder processes and providing facilitation, strategic planning, and logistical support to clients in the public health, water, agriculture, energy, and freight arenas.
Morgan’s recent project work has spanned multiple water-related content areas including: long-term planning; customer and stakeholder education and outreach; Effective Utility Management initiatives; Utility of the Future initiatives; small utility technical, financial, and managerial capacity; climate change adaptation strategies; water resource management and sustainability; drinking water contamination; and water utility all-hazards resilience.
Morgan has also worked with multiple foundations to connect measurement, evaluation, and learning (MEL) systems with program strategies.
Prior to joining Ross Strategic, Morgan focused her efforts on sustainability, working as the environmental affairs coordinator for the Fairmont Olympic Hotel, helping it to win numerous awards, including the top green hotel of the year amongst all Fairmont properties. She also conducted policy analysis project for the City of Seattle, helping to integrate Triple Bottom Line principles into the City’s decision-making processes, and was part of the teaching team for an introductory environmental course at the University of Washington.
Morgan holds a B.A. in environmental studies from the University of Washington.