Alexandra Morgan-Kisarale is an ICTD academic-practitioner with a strong conviction for advancing social justice, particularly in education. Committed to improving the practice of teaching and learning, Alexandra entered the field of ICTD to discover ways to catalyze and expand learning opportunities as well as support systemic change in educational systems. At Dimagi, her current role involves both global services and strategic initiatives, including the CommCare Certification Program and other efforts to expand learning and training resources for users.
Trained at the ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado Boulder, Alexandra brings to Dimagi an academic background in ICTD coupled with a range of experience in U.S. and international socioeconomic development. Over the course of her career, she has served at mission-driven institutions in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Immediately prior to joining Dimagi, Alexandra worked at a Boulder-based start-up specializing in adaptive learning technology where she focused on customer engagement and international business development. Before that, she served as a project manager in World Vision’s Haiti office. For two years, Alexandra lived and worked in post-earthquake Haiti managing educational technology deployments in urban and rural areas as part of the organization’s Clinton Global Initiative commitment.
Alexandra continues her long-standing commitment to Haiti’s education reform movement by serving on the Board of Directors of Anseye Pou Ayiti (Teach for Haiti). In addition to her MS in Information and Communication Technology for Development (MS-ICTD) from CU Boulder, Alexandra holds a BA in Political Science from Benedict College. She also is an alumna of StartingBloc and CGI U.