Sherida Morrison


Sherida Morrison MSOD

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Sherida Morrison, MSOD, is a business professor and Entrepreneur focused on developing and strengthening individuals and teams in the non-profit, public, and private sectors. She has a demonstrated track record of advancing transformational change through process evaluation, rethinking organizational structure, individual/group coaching, professional development, re-framing perspectives, and focused strategies.  

Sherida has a knack for making complex situations and circumstances easier to understand' and is passionate about improving organizational processes and group dynamics that may impede growth. Her methods encourage leaders to effectively deliver, reflect, reevaluate, re-image, and redesign professional services and personal improvement.

Sherida Morrison serves as a Professor at Coppin State University's College of Business and Founder of The Igniters Institute. 

The Igniters Institute supports individuals, teams, and small businesses in resolving complex personal and professional matters while improving strategies that advance goals and create viable solutions.

Master of Science Organization Development American University 2016 
Master of Science Business and Entertainment FullSail University 2011 
Bachelor of Science Social Science Coppin State University 2004

Executive Board Member, Adonai Partners, 2022
Peace Ambassador, Institute for Economics and Peace, 2021 
Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Pressley Ridge, 2020 
Advisory Board Member, Business Volunteers Maryland, 2017 
Baltimore County Workforce Board, Staff Member, 2011-2014

2021 Service Award Governor's Citation
2015 Service Award Maryland General Assembly

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