Dan MorrisonAdjunct Professor, Strategic and Political Communications, American University; Advisor , Diplomats Without Borders
- Diplomats Without Borders
- United States of America
About Dan Morrison
Dan Morrison is a senior global communications and public affairs executive, thought leader, former Pulitzer-nominated financial journalist, and TEDx speaker working at the nexus of the public and private sectors, policy, strategic communications, economics, geopolitics, data, and technology. He is currently an adjunct professor of strategic and political communications at American University in Washington and Loyola University, Chicago, an advisor/member to Diplomats Without Borders, and a Techstars start-up mentor.
Dan has led diverse domestic and international teams for some of the world’s most recognizable brands in New York, Washington, Brussels, and Paris for Bloomberg, IBM, the U.S. State Department, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the Pew Research Center. He has had executive leadership training from Wharton, Harvard Business School, and the London School of Economics, and is currently enrolled in an intensive certificate course at Wharton on Artificial Intelligence for Business Strategies and Decision-making.
Dan is a Fellow at Ditchley, and a Member of the Bretton Woods Committee. When he's not immersed in communications and public policy, he is a novelist, a foodie (he took culinary classes at the Cordon Bleu, Paris), a cross-country ski marathoner, a certified Iditarod dog handler, and an oyster farmer.