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Black History Month Employee Spotlight: Jacqueline Morrow

JACQUELINE MORROW

February 17, 2021

Throughout February, we will introduce members of our team, sharing what Black History Month means to them as well as who inspires them. For Jacqueline Morrow, a Team Leader – Order Fulfillment in High Point, N.C. at Harland Clarke, a Vericast business, Black History Month celebrates our founding fathers and civil rights activists who pioneered a better life for her and so many others. Today, there are even greater opportunities for younger generations. The month is a reminder, she said, of the “incredible things slaves did to help us be who we are today.”

Maya Angelou is the inspirational person – past or present – Jacqueline would like to spend the day with, just sitting and listening to one of the greatest American poets of all time and learning more about what inspired her. Strong-minded with words that are uplifting, Maya Angelou reminds Jacqueline of her father.