Constance A. Morrison
Attorney, Psychotherapist, Doctor of Nursing, Forensic Scientist, Educator, Consultant, Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

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Pro bono Legal work - Nursing Clinic Grants and Fund Raising

St. Stephen's Elementary School

Board Member - President of the Board

Free Medical and Nursing Service Clinic, Worcester, MA

Visiting Nurse Association Central Massachusetts

Ethics Committee - Hospice R.N.

Volunteer Lawyers

Draft wills, health care proxies, family court

Worcester (MA) County Bar Association

Chair - Committee on AIDS

American Red Cross

Physical and Mental Health Disaster Services Officer
National and Local Disaster Relief Team
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Disaster Mental Health 

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The Inclusive Leader

Breakfast with Champions

7:30 – 9:00 A.M.

The Radisson, Center of New Hampshire
700 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101

 Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains is hosting its second Breakfast withChampions event. Awards are presented to women who make significant contributions to women and girls in New Hampshire and Vermont through their work, philanthropy, and community service. These champions have broken through gender barriers in their fields of endeavor, moved forward with out of the box ideas, served as powerful, positive role models for girls, and walked the talk of our Girl Scout mission.

 Dr. Constance A. Morrison, Esq. FAANP, a former Brownie Troop Leader, will be honored for her tremendous accomplishments in the fields of medicine and law, her deep involvement with the community, and her humanitarian work with the military and veterans. Constance “Jetta” has earned Doctorate of Nursing Practice, Juris Doctorate, and a Master’s in Business Administration, as well as many other certifications. She was appointed by Tom Ridge as a founding member of the Department of Homeland Security.


The Fire at the WAREHOUSE 20 YEARS AGO - Worcester MA

We sometimes come full circle in our lives, Although, I have moved from my family home on Grafton Hill and my High School St. Stephen's where I was once President of the School Board. Home it was on that sorrowful night. Sometimes it feels like yesterday and other times it feels like 100 years ago. St Stephens is where families learned of the fate of their beloved men and heroes on that frigid night in December.

From the Telegram and Gazette -Worcester MA December 9. 1999 and December 2. 2009 (see these articles posted under media in this website.)

"Ms. Morrison worked 16- to 20-hour shifts as the crisis expert and volunteer director of the local American Red Cross, counseling the city's firefighters and family members throughout the first couple of weeks after the blaze, and she has traveled extensively throughout the world as an American Red Cross volunteer to help in numerous disasters. "

"As much trauma as I've seen in the world, and as much trauma as I had in my life, this was the most traumatic," Ms. Morrison said of the warehouse fire. "This was in my own city."