Kat Morris

Program Strategist

Katharine “Kat” Morris (she/her) is a creative changemaker and consultant, the founder of Creative Climate Co, and the podcast host of Radical Love Sounds!  Driven by her mantra to seek truth, spread love, and incite freedom, she is on a mission to help make the world a happier and healthier place for all flora and fauna— and have a good time while she's at it! While obtaining her BA of Anthropology & Cognitive Science and Master of Public Policy from the University of Connecticut, she founded UConn Collaborative Organizing (UCCO) to promote solidarity and intersectionality in social and environmental justice movements.

Her TEDx talk, How to Collaborate for Environmental Justice, is a call to action addressing environmental racism, health inequities, and how to organize your community using radical love and intersectionality. She organized the Seaside Sounds for Environmental Justice community empowerment music festival at Seaside Park in Bridgeport, CT as an act of pleasure activism to bring the climate movement back to life! She founded Creative Climate Co. (Morhkat, LLC) to provide consulting and freelance services for those seeking creative climate solutions and/or projects that advance intersectional justice through art, education, and connection.

At her roots, Kat is the tree-hugging, queer Pisces daughter of Jamaican immigrants whose love for nature is comparable only to her love for music, dance, food, travel, laughter, and learning about life through meaningful connections and long-winded conversations! As an aspiring singer/songwriter, author, and director/screenwriter, she’s always open to creative collaborations!