Nan J. Morrison is president and CEO of the Council for Economic Education, whose mission is to provide K-12 kids with the tools and knowledge of personal finance and economics that can help them make better decisions for themselves, their families and their communities. During 2020, CEE accelerated its digital strategy to meet educator and student needs nationally during these challenging times. Over two-thirds of the teachers it reaches are in Title l schools.
Prior to CEE, Nan spent 20 years as a management consultant (BCG, Accenture) primarily working with technology companies. In addition to CNBC's Financial Wellness Advisory Council, she serves on the Advisory Board of the MIT Center for Finance & Policy, chaired the executive committee of a $100 million agency serving the aging in New York City and served on the Federal Reserve's Centennial Advisory Council. She was also a founder of Restart Central, an organization that helped small businesses recover in the aftermath of 9/11.
Nan holds a BS in applied mathematics/engineering from Yale University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School. She has completed five triathlons.