Kash Morgan,

Kash Morgan

Council Member at Large


Kash Morgan is a native Jamaican and attained their bachelor’s degree from the University of Technology in Kingston. They pursued a Post Baccalaureate in Accountancy from Harold Washington College in Chicago, IL and Master of Science in Accounting Forensics from Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL which were completed in May 2021. 

While studying at UTech, they were involved in various student leadership groups, including Rotaract for which they served as President. Kash currently serves on many Boards at the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago, which include the Deacon Board of which they are the Chair for the Hostility Committee, the Young Adult Council as the Chair for Volunteering Initiative, and the Caring Council.

Kash has experiences in Business Administration, Accounting, Audit, Human Rights Advocacy, and leadership. They are involved in various personal and professional development towards equality of basic Human Rights. For one year, Kash served as a Peer Link at Jamaica Aids Support for Life (JASL), working with key populations from the LGBTIQ community. In addition to this work, they have always maintained some personal advocacy roles including writing letters to the editors, that have been published in both the Jamaica Gleaner and Jamaican Observer. Some of these letters/columns include: 

  • LETTER OF THE DAY – Gays Want Equal Rights, Not Special Rights – August 14, 2014 (The Gleaner)
  • Hypocritical church folk – January 10, 2016 (Jamaican Observer)
  • LETTER OF THE DAY – You Can’t Catch Being Gay – July 11, 2014 (The Gleaner)
  • Love Your Children – Gay Or ‘Straight’ – January 31, 2014 (The Gleaner)
  • Christians Need To Be Consistent – July 3, 2014 (The Gleaner)

Kash is an accounting professional employed at the number one accounting firm in the world, Deloitte & Touche, as an Audit and Assurance Associate in the Chicago office.


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