Sower’s Seed Lecture Series
In 2005, over ten years ago, the Sower’s Seed Lecture was established by Kelly Snider Dunn ’64 and her family to showcase the work of Trinity Washington University alumni who have contributed to the greater good of the world.
The Sower’s Seed speakers all in their own unique ways have confronted issues of injustice and drawn on the values of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur to guide and inspire them to plant these seeds of social change. All have shared their stories with students sitting in the classrooms where they themselves once sat. The seeds are sown one more time.
We are proud to welcome Trinity Students, Faculty and Staff to this year’s Sower’s Seed lecture
Our speaker this year is Morgan Carrillo ’13
Morgan Carrillo, MSW, LGSW, is a Foster Care and Adoption Social Worker at the National Center for Children and Families, working to provide trauma informed services to youth and families who have entered foster care in the District of Columbia due to neglect and abuse. She has several years of national and international experience blending policy analysis, crisis intervention, and direct service. Morgan is an established victim advocate and has specialized knowledge in the areas of LGBTQ youth empowerment, gender based violence, and human trafficking.