Executive Board
Nikki Morrow
Nikki Morrow

Nikki Morrow currently serves as the Local Agency 31 WIC Director for Bell County Public Health District.  She oversees 4 WIC locations located in Temple, Killeen, Copperas Cove and Fort Hood military base serving over 15,000 participants per month.  Nikki has worked with 3 WIC Local Agencies and has over 25 years of experience working with the WIC Program. 

Nikki holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences from Texas A&M University.  While earning her degree, she began her career with the WIC Program by working part time as a nutrition student with the Brazos Valley Community Action Agency in Bryan/College Station for 4 years.  After moving to Houston shortly after graduation, Nikki worked with the Harris County WIC Program for almost 2 years as a Nutritionist.  In 2002, she began to work as a Nutritionist with the Bell County Public Health District WIC Program.  In 2009, she became an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC).  Over the last 19 years, Nikki has worked in various leadership roles with BCPHD WIC Program as a Clinic Supervisor, Nutrition and Breastfeeding Coordinator, Quality Assurance Coordinator, Training Coordinator and Assistant WIC Director before becoming WIC Director in January 2017.  

Professionally, Nikki joined the Texas Association of Local WIC Directors (TALWD) in January 2017 and has served on their Board as Secretary since January 2018.  She was recognized by the association in October 2019 for her service as a Secretary and recognized with the Newcomer Award for her contributions and leadership to TALWD and the Texas WIC State Agency.  She was nominated for the Art Fuston Award in both 2019 and 2020.

Nikki is active in her community, currently serving as Vice President, and on the Friends of the Temple Public Library Board of Directors for over 17 years.  She is currently in her 3rd year of chairing the Wildflower Guild’s Temple Junior Cotillion program which provides social and etiquette training to middle school aged children.  Nikki, along with her husband is a Youth Group leader for tweens and teens at her local church, Christ Episcopal Church.  Most recently, she is excited to be working through a grant with the Un-Included Club of East Temple and the Episcopal Health Foundation of Houston along with Eric Law and his Holy Currencies program to focus health efforts and impact within the Eastside Temple community.  For the last 14 years, she has also been an active member and sustainer member of Junior League of Bell County (JLBC) and member of the Association of Junior Leagues International.  She has served in several leadership roles with Junior League of Bell County including serving as President from 2014-2015 and developing and chairing Project S.M.I.L.E. with JLBC and McLane Children’s Hospital in 2011.  She was presented with the JLBC Amy Thomas Visionary Award in 2012 and 2014, as well as the Outstanding Leadership Award in 2013 and Cornerstone Award in 2015.