Dr. Kay Morris, Gospel Hall & Wall of Fame Inductee, Philanthropist


Dr. Kay Morris is a Gospel Hall and Wall of Fame Inductee; she is a Grammy Considered singer/songwriter, Global Humanitarian/Philanthropist, Ordained Reverend, Fashion Designer, Youth Mentor, Women & Youth Empowerment Conference Speaker, Certified Professional Christian Life Coach, CEO and Founder of Destined to Reign Academy and the President and Founder of the Kay Morris Foundation. She holds a Bachelor of Divinity Degree, Doctor of Divinity Degree, and a Doctor of Humanities Degree.   

In 2022, her single Greatest Love Story won Best Reggae Song of the Year in Spain. Dr. Kay Morris is recipient of over 50 music and humanitarian awards globally. In July 2019, Kay Morris received the UN ECOSOC World Excellence Sustainable Development Award and was also selected as UN Ambassador for Peace to represent ACCP at the UN Headquarters in New York and other parts of the world.  

In 2015 Dr. Kay Morris was selected and honored by CIBWE as one of Canada’s 100 Black Women to Watch; she was also inducted in the Black Wall of Fame.  

In 2016 during President Barak Obama’s Administration, Dr. Kay Morris was invited to the White House in Washington, DC as a Delegate to attend the Third Annual Caribbean & African International Leadership Conference and Awards Gala. She also met with Congressional Leaders and was one of the artists who performed at the White House.  October 2016 – Dr. Kay Morris received the BEFFTA Global Humanitarian Award in London, UK. Previous recipients of BEFFTA Special honorary awards includes Sir Trevor McDonald OBE, Sir Lenny Henry, Omotola Jelade Ekeinde and Quincy Jones. 

In 2006 Dr. Kay Morris brokered $1.5 million in anti retro virals medicines for people living with AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa. In honour of the great work she has been doing across Africa, she received a Royal Title in Ghana. 






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Kay Morris Performs at The BB King during Grammy WkEnd NY 2018

Kay Morris – Down By The River (Live)