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Founder of Vancouver nonprofit says healing her community at heart of Odyssey World

By Kelsey Turner, Columbian staff reporter
Published: September 17, 2022, 6:03am
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Odyssey World International Education Services board member Rheta Rubenstein, from left, administrative assistant Miracle Joslin, founder and executive director Karen Morrison, and board member Pandora Pierce stand for a portrait outside RichlandHub Coffee Shop.
Odyssey World International Education Services board member Rheta Rubenstein, from left, administrative assistant Miracle Joslin, founder and executive director Karen Morrison, and board member Pandora Pierce stand for a portrait outside RichlandHub Coffee Shop. (Photos by Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Karen Morrison, founder and senior executive director of Washington-based nonprofit organization Odyssey World International Education Services, says she stands on the shoulders of great Black and African American women.

She said she learned at a young age that for white women, the ceiling is glass. But for Black women, it is concrete.

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