Evita Morin

Evita Morin

Evita Morin's civic and nonprofit career spans the front lines of civil service, housing, education, re-entry and substance use recovery. A San Antonio native, she grew up throughout urban and rural Texas before attending undergraduate and graduate schools at Columbia University in New York. Passionate about her community, she also proudly serves as a board member of the Masters Leadership Program of Greater San Antonio and The Blood & Tissue Foundation. She is the recipient of recognition by San Antonio Woman Magazine as a "San Antonio Role Model," the SA Business Journal's 40 Under 40, and the NASW's Alamo Region Social Worker of the Year. She has two kiddos and she loves camping with her family across Texas.

Appears in 1 Episode

How Evita Morin Thinks About Consistent Self-Reflection as a Powerful Tool for Resilient Leadership

In this inspiring episode of "How Leaders Think," host Kenny Lange welcomes Evita Morin, CEO of Rise Recovery, to explore the intersection of vulnerability and strong ...

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