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Kerry F Morrison is a scientific creative campaign storyteller-
passionate about sharing the environmental solutions of our time, and what's coming next.
As a multimedia & event producer, public speaker, community leader, journalist, developer of communications systems and multi instrumentalist, Kerry inspires restoration initiatives in challenged regions, while bringing about organizational change through ushering in the adoption of new and renewable technologies.
He is fascinated by the diverse people and novel organizations who aren't afraid to innovate; to lead the way with human connection, by example through creative environmental and communications solutions.
He may be best known for sharing the vision of, and need for restoration for California's largest lake, the Salton Sea by organizing for Southwestern water resource sustainability.
Kerry has hosted and produced hundreds of events and worked with countless organizations in California and some in Mexico to support collaboration and align efforts with attaining water, habitat redevelopment, human health protection, and funding.
He'd love to talk, learn and grow inspired action with you about:
environmental restoration, social impact carbon credit and renewable energy investing, water and habitat generation, climate change response, communications systems, business partnerships, systems development, activism and nonprofits.
With a vision to bring balance through shining a light on solutions, Kerry and partners collaborate with political and corporate leaders, cause-based organizations and renewable developers to develop tools that tip the scale for our sustainable future.
As seen in: in LA Times, Washington Post, Vice News, Al Jazeera, Travel Channel, Discovery, Cannes, COP21, PBS, News Outlets, Radio an Emmy Winning Documentaries & countless film festivals.
Kerry really "put the Salton Sea back on the map of California." His relentless work will benefit the State and the residents around the Salton Sea for the years and generations to come."
California Department of Water Resources