Kasey Morgan


Hi! I’m Kasey, Digital Transformation and Process Analyst in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the University of Manitoba. I am an innovative and creative leader driven by curiosity and compassion for my colleagues and community. In my current position, I am responsible for leading and implementing digital transformation and strategic initiatives within the Faculty, and for the creation of innovative digital solutions and process improvements across our office.

In my previous position providing administrative support for governing committees, student discipline, and appeals, I experienced first-hand the need for flexible, user-driven process and system improvements. When our university rolled out Microsoft licenses that included access to low-code automation and app development tools, I quickly recognized the potential for innovative solutions that would meet the needs of students, faculty, and staff while avoiding some of the drawbacks of traditional approaches to enterprise system design, development, and maintenance. With mentorship and guidance from an experienced and brilliant Solution Architect, I successfully designed, developed, and implemented innovative solutions for two cumbersome business processes using Microsoft 365 and Power Platform products; this project has helped position me as one of the foremost experts in Power Platform apps and services within the University of Manitoba.

Prior to joining the Faculty of Graduate Studies in 2019, I had been a member of the University of Manitoba community for nearly a decade in various roles across campus. My experiences as an undergraduate student, graduate student, and staff member have helped me develop a unique perspective that informs my work and enables me to foster positive and fruitful relationships with users and colleagues within and beyond the Faculty and University, lead productive stakeholder engagement, and create exceptional user experiences wherein users feel heard and valued. I prioritize accessibility,  inclusion, collaboration, and compassion in all facets of my work and life, and strive to continuously learn about technology, people, and systems and leave a positive and lasting impact on my colleagues, university, and higher education more widely.