Morgan Baker-Tucker



Morgan (she/her) brings a variety of skills and experience across multiple industries in Nova Scotia. Morgan has developed direct skills in policy development within the Disability and Accessibility field in Nova Scotia and has experience facilitating meaningful engagements with first voice in communities. Through her involvement in the social sector and raising awareness for women in business, Morgan is dedicated to tackling complex challenges through innovation and ingenuity.

Most recently Morgan has worked closely with leaders in the social sector doing qualitative research surrounding non-profit management, social enterprises, and homelessness in HRM.

Morgan holds a Bachelor of Commerce graduating Magna Cum Laude in Entrepreneurship as well as a minor in Psychology from Saint Mary’s University. She is currently completing a seminar in Developing Effective Facilitation Skills from Saint Mary’s University, with hopes to expand her ability to lead value-driven engagements in community.

Morgan has dedicated a significant amount of time over the last five years to volunteering with local shelters and other organizations such as Feed NS and Adsum within the social sector in Halifax.

Morgan Baker-Tucker