Christopher Morin has 15 years of experience speaking about, consulting on, and managing issues related to Diversity & Inclusion, including his work with Dr. Jane Jarrow on the American Disabilities Act; age and gender workplace topics; and harassment issues. His deep background in learning and development reflects a passion for engaging with audiences in impactful ways.
At Cook Ross, Chris delivers keynotes and facilitates training on the intersection of unconscious bias and Diversity & Inclusion, having delivered over 20 keynotes and trainings since joining in October 2017. He also manages and supports a team of project managers who educate audiences about a range of Diversity & Inclusion issues.
Prior to joining Cook Ross, Chris led teams of content and design specialists at CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield and Grant Thornton. While at Grant Thornton, Chris developed a profound interest in how people learn and retain knowledge. In addition to leading teams, Chris facilitates courses on presenting, negotiating, executive presence, business writing, and company culture.
Chris’ career began in Tokyo as an English teacher where he became fluent in spoken Japanese and later received a dual-language MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University. After graduate school, he spent the early part of his career at Lucent Technologies and Thompson Publishing Group where he became proficient in creating and selling online training solutions for technology and government clients.
In his spare time, Chris likes cooking, skiing, and traveling with his wife and seven-year-old son.