About Vivian Morrison

Vivian Morrison is a development consultant with extensive experience in not-for-profit growth, fundraising and community engagement. 

With over two decades of experience, Vivian’s work has taken her from Costa Rica – where she worked with a local school to develop an environmental educational curriculum focused on sea turtles – to the Everglades, where she led donors and lawmakers into the swamp to discuss the economic impact of wetlands.

Vivian was raised in Puerto Rico, where she lived until leaving for Florida State University (Go ‘Noles!) where she earned a BS in Anthropology. She began working with The Archaeological and Historical Conservancy in Miami, Florida on a rare stone ceremonial temple foundation unearthed at the mouth of the Miami River, known as the “Miami Circle.”

At the University of Miami (Go ‘Canes!) she received her Master’s in Liberal Studies, with a focus on language and communications. While employed at UM, she worked as a special event planner, fundraiser, and director of community relations.

Vivian has served on a wide range of nonprofit boards and special event committees working with local, regional and national organizations. She enjoys working with multiple stakeholders to achieve a common goal.