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CheVonaree (Vonna) Morgan


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Vonna Morgan began her education and youth development career in the core school day where she assisted and guided SPED students. In fall of 2017, she pivoted to after school as a Program Leader at Garcia Middle School. That summer she volunteered to take the lead of the new FemSTEM program funded by High Tech High Heels. In addition to growing FemSTEM, she was promoted to Site Lead and, shortly after, promoted to Site Coordinator of Life School Oak Cliff. Just before her five-year anniversary at ASAS NTX, Vonna began her new role as Program Manager where she supervises several schools in the DFW area, has taken responsibility for leading all STEM based programming and works to liaison between Development and Program teams.

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