Jennie Morrison joined PASE in September 2022 as the organization’s Communications Manager. Jennie brings a range of experience as a youth development professional, social worker, oral historian, and nonprofit communicator. Prior to joining the PASE team, Jennie worked in nonprofit and school-based settings in a variety of direct service, program management, and communications roles. After designing and leading out-of-school time and community engagement programs in public schools in Seattle, Washington at the beginning of her career, Jennie moved to New York City to pursue a graduate degree in social work in order to deepen her work with children, youth, and families. Through social work training, she discovered an interest in storytelling as a tool for social change, which led her to a variety of roles in non-profit communications. At PASE, she is able to embrace two of her professional passions: youth development and social impact storytelling. Jennie has a BA from Kenyon College, an MSW from Columbia School of Social Work, and MA from the Columbia University Oral History Masters of Arts (OHMA) program.