Todd Morris

Todd Morris serves as the Acting  Vice President, Office of Human Resources Management and Chief Human Capital Officer at the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC). In this role, he oversees the planning and directing of all activities related to human resources, providing dynamic, effective hiring and development programs designed to meet current and future talent management needs of the Corporation, while serving as a key advisor to the Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, and Chief Executive Officer. He has served at DFC as the Director of Talent Acquisition for the Office of Human Resources Management since joining the organization in July of 2021.

Mr. Morris has served with distinction for 37 years of combined federal service (both military and civil). During that time, he has held numerous leadership federal service positions within and outside the human resources field.

Previously, Mr. Morris served with the Veterans Benefits Administration as the Deputy Director, Office of Talent Management. In this role, he was a strategic advisor on human resources laws, rules, and regulations to ensure an enterprise talent management strategy in support of the administration’s organizational workforce goals. Before this, he served in the Workforce Management Office as a Human Resources Business Partner for the National Marine Fisheries Service and the National Ocean Service within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, providing the full spectrum of human resources support from the strategic to the operational. Prior to that, Mr. Morris served as Director, Human Resources and Workforce Management for U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command.

Mr. Morris received his master’s in Business Administration from Baker University and his bachelor’s in Economics from Texas A&M University.