Patricia Morrison

Accounting Manager
Phone:
(202) 661-5979
Fax:
(202) 727-2132
Patricia Morrison
Education

B.S.C., University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica

Patricia Morrison is Legal Aid’s Accounting Manager. In that capacity, she oversees the accounting, grant financials and investing functions of the office.

Patricia brings more than 20 years professional experience having held various accounting roles in both the public and private sectors including accounts receivables, payables, payroll and accounting management. Prior to joining Legal Aid the fall of 2018, Patricia was the Senior Accountant at Employ Prince George’s, where she was responsible for managing state and federal grants as well as supervision of the accounts payables and payroll functions.

Patricia received her B.S.C. in Accounting & Management (Double Major) from the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica. She also holds Certificates in Payroll and Grant Management.

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