Global Affairs + Specialization (offered through 2022), 2023
Tené Morgan served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ethiopia, teaching English to secondary school students. Prior to her Peace Corps service, she volunteered with City of Lakes AmeriCorps in St. Paul, Minnesota, and also with Mercy Volunteer Corps in Savannah, Georgia. She holds a BA in psychology with a minor in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) from the University of New Mexico.
Tené has professional experience as a youth worker in St. Paul, Minnesota, where she developed curriculum, coordinated and managed youth-led virtual community organizing, facilitated youth advisory boards, and led program design. Before coming to Notre Dame, she was a program coordinator for Midwest Schools for Transformations’ Youth-Led Initiatives for Justice. As a master of global affairs student, Tené will continue her commitment to managing safe and empowering spaces for youth through the lens of dignity and international community-building. As a master of global affairs student, Tené is the recipient of a Choi Family Fellowship and a Coca-Cola Global Affairs Fellowship.