A certified Project Management Professional since 2008, Dana LaRieal Morales manages a wide range of technology-based projects in the legal industry. Ms. Morales utilizes a self-developed hybrid project management approach tailored to address the specific needs of non-developmental projects, Ms. Morales’ project management experience includes, but is not limited to, several roll-outs of comprehensive document management systems, operating systems upgrades, ongoing data security and records management. Dana applies these project management skills as well as her organizing and decluttering skills in the personal and business lives of her Clients.
Ms. Morales earned a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and she holds a Masters in Public Administration from Tennessee State University. She serves as communications director for Global Sisters in Project Management, an organization of minority women involved in project management. She is the past president of the University of Tennessee Black Alumni Council.
Additionally, Ms. Morales is married and has a three year old daughter. She loves helping people and is committed to helping the homeless community and our Veterans. She regularly volunteers to serve lunch and dinner at the Nashville Rescue Mission and in addition to serving, she coordinates the volunteer signups for Waller, AIM-Nashville and the University of Tennessee-Knoxville BAC organizations.