Doris Morgan is a retired congressional staffer with 21 years of experience. She began her congressional work in 1990 and retired in 2014.
Her expertise was in public awareness, problem solving and working through the red tape of federal agencies and Congress. She was well known in the sixteen county area as the “go to” staff person.
Doris successfully completed numerous educational classes while working in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate to expand her knowledge on the operations of congressional offices and Congress. With over 100 hours of comprehensive education courses, she earned the Cooperative Credentialed Director, Board Leadership Certified, and holds the Director Gold Credential from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. This assisted her in building knowledge and to govern on a local electric cooperative provider board.
Her work in serving Colorado Members of Congress, San Isabel Electric Cooperative Board, Action 22 President, and Colorado Boys Ranch Foundation has proven she was open and straightforward with the people she served. Her rapport led to a higher level of communication and trust with constituents, electric consumers, co-directors and associates.
Doris has been acknowledged for her networking and rapport within all communities in SE Colorado and across Colorado. Her desire is to continue learning, to be challenged to learn more and contribute in a manner that will make a difference in rural communities.