Four Corners MSW program graduate Travis Morgan (MSW ’10), CAC III, is a member of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe and Chiricahua Apache. His 20-year career with the tribe includes positions as Adult Counselor and Assistant Director at Ute Mountain Counseling and Treatment Services, as well as his current position as Deputy Director of the Vocational Rehabilitation Program. Demonstrating his firm belief that “community comes first and foremost,” Morgan helps coordinate the tribe’s twice-yearly health fair, annual job fair and yearly traditions that include the Bear Dance Run, Bear Dance, Sun Dance, Sweat Lodge Ceremony and a New Year’s Eve event for children. In addition to earning two social work Bachelor’s degrees and his MSW while employed full-time, Morgan has also achieved fluency in American Sign Language, taught to him by his brother who is deaf.
Travis Morgan, MSW ’10