Morgan Carrillo is currently the Director of Transitional and Permanent Housing Programs at The National Center for Children and Families. earned her master’s in social work from Catholic University and, as a foster care and adoption social worker, provided trauma-informed services to D.C. youth. In 2018, she was promoted to assist in opening The Kennedy, the first of seven new homeless shelters for D.C. families.

Carrillo was also a Trinity Sowers Seed lecturer in 2018.

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