Diana Morris is an educator, writer, and personal development coach who helps people figure out the next phase of their life.
In 2011, Morris earned her Bachelor of Arts from Boston College, graduating with a major in Communication and a minor in African and African Diaspora Studies. It was at BC that she realized she could make a career of working with college students and emerging adults.
Following this passion, Morris turned to Vanderbilt University where she earned her M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration. She now works in student affairs, helping students navigate their college experience and as a coach, helping people outside of the college-setting who want to stop living lives designed by others and begin being their truest selves.
In March 2018, Morris released her first novel, Lachesis’ Allotment. While this is Morris' first full-length publication, her penchant for language and passion for teaching, learning, and intentional reflection have landed her speaking engagements at education conferences, written works in several education-focused publications, and opportunities to help individuals at all stages of their life identify what they truly want.
Outside of the realm of education, writing, and coaching, Morris is a sucker for crème brûlée and all types of music. Originally hailing from Mount Vernon, New York, Morris currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee, a city perfect for trying new restaurants, foraging for local art, and exploring nearby hiking trails.
To learn more about her work, or to float a restaurant recommendation her way, contact her using the form below or follow her on Twitter (@dianaramorris) and Instagram (@dianaramorris).