Judith Morrison

United States |  Senior Advisor for Social Development in the Gender and Diversity Division, Inter-American Development Bank


Judith Morrison is senior advisor for Social Development in the Gender and Diversity Division of the Inter-American Development Bank. She has over 20 years of international development experience and previously served as a regional director at the Inter-American Foundation, program director at the Inter-American Dialogue, and executive director at the Inter-Agency Consultation on Race in Latin America (IAC). Her work focuses on the best approaches to reach poor and vulnerable communities in Latin America, with an emphasis on the economic development of indigenous and Afro-descendant peoples. She has extensive experience brokering investments with the private sector and communities throughout Latin America, and developed the first private-sector eco-development fund in Brazil. She holds a master’s degree in poverty alleviation and income distribution from MIT where she received the Carroll Wilson Award for international research and received a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship.

Morrison was an event speaker at the Dialogue.

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