Beckley, W.Va. (Jan. 11, 2022) – Oak Hill resident Olivia Morris recently joined the West Virginia Hive Network and Country Roads Angel Network (CRAN) as a program coordinator.
Morris, a Marshall University graduate who taught in Kanawha County Schools for five years and served as Network Engagement Coordinator for Generation West Virginia, will be supporting the overall programing efforts of both the WV Hive and CRAN. She also has participated in the WV Hub’s Advance Leadership Fellowship program.
“Olivia has a passion to serve her home state and to help people throughout the region achieve their personal and professional goals,” said Judy Moore, executive director of the WV Hive and managing director of CRAN. “We are fortunate to add her to our team and know she will take great pride in helping us provide excellent business support, as well as bring an extraordinary commitment to strengthening local entrepreneurship networks.”
In her personal time, Morris enjoys adventures with her dog, rock climbing, and boating around the New River Gorge. She also serves on the Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee of the New River Alliance of Climbers.