Judith Morrison "joined the Dialogue as senior associate and executive director of the Inter-Agency Consultation on Race in Latin America (IAC) in October 2004. Previously, she served as division chief for the South America, Southern Cone and Caribbean region, and director of the Brazil program at the Inter-American Foundation. Morrison created the first Brazilian private sector eco-development fund, and negotiated over ten million dollars in agreements with U.S. and Latin American corporations. She is former director of a nonprofit management organization, and has expertise designing development initiatives for marginalized communities. Morrison is the contributing editor of Economic Development in Latin American Communities of African Descent (IAF:2002), and contributing author to Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African-American Experience. She has spoken and published widely in English, Portuguese, and Spanish, and taught at the Universidad de Los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia) and Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Morrison earned a master's degree in income distribution and poverty alleviation from MIT, as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow and Carroll Wilson Awardee. She is a member of the Association of Black Foundation Executives and serves on the board of directors of the Public Policy and International Affairs Program." 
She works for the Inter-American Dialogue.
- "Biography", Inter-American Dialogue, Accessed December 2006.