Morgan Nels Sandquist

Product and Program Manager

  • Business, technical, legal, and community experience in private, public, and nonprofit sectors.
  • Demonstrated ability to implement effective, progressive, and sustainable solutions to complex problems.
  • Advanced written and verbal communication abilities.
  • Curious, imaginative, and pragmatic approach to work and life.

Career History

Home Box Office, Inc. New York, NY
Program Manager, Application Development, 2006–Present
Project Leader, 2004–2006
Software Engineer, Feb. 1999–2004

Brody & Weiser Branford, CT
Associate, Feb. 1997–Jan. 1999

National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions New York, NY
Chief Fiscal Officer & Program Manager, Sept. 1993–Jan 1997

Westinghouse Broadcasting Milford, CT
Accounting Analyst, June 1989–Aug. 1991

Volunteer and Part-Time Positions

RimeShedra.NYC New York, NY
Webmaster (Volunteer), 2009–Present

Move Your Money New York, NY
Project Manager (Volunteer), 2011–2012

New York City Financial Network Action Consortium New York, NY
Founding Board Member and Treasurer (Volunteer), 2001–2006

Yale Law School, Community and Economic Development Clinic New Haven, CT
Adjunct Faculty (Part-Time), Sept. 1997–May 1998


Yale University
MPPM, 1993
School of Management
Tutor, Economic Analysis

Michigan State University
BA Financial Administration with Honor, 1989
Honors College


Have We Done All We Could? (aka Finance in Denial)
Naked Capitalism and mathbabe April 27–31, 2012
Four-part essay proposing a constructive means of viewing and addressing the ongoing financial system crisis.

What Should I Be When I Grow Up?
Sentient City Magazine 2007
Essay investigating the application of the Buddhist principle of Right Livelihood to management in a corporate environment.

It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Dreaming)
Sentient City Magazine 2007
Essay exploring the relationship between dreams and art, particularly literature.

Residential Lending in New Haven County: Evidence from 1990–1991 HMDA Data
Connecticut Urban Reinvestment Endowment Aug. 1993
with Harvey L. Koizim
Study demonstrating discrimination in mortgage lending by several banks, using sophisticated statistical analysis of publicly available data, which led to Professor Koizim’s testimony before the Connecticut legislature.


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