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SAC Alumnus Tim Morrow…

Tim Morrow, a graduate of San Antonio College, has a wild and wooly career as CEO/Executive Director of the San Antonio Zoo.
Tim Morrow

SAC Alumnus Tim Morrow

Tim Morrow, a native of San Antonio, has also completed his education in San Antonio and continues to be a community partner by fulfilling the role of CEO and Executive Director at the San Antonio Zoo.

After high school, Morrow went on to college and graduated from San Antonio College and the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Morrow went to San Antonio College with the intention of studying criminal justice. He envisioned doing something similar to his dad, who was a former FBI agent. During his time at SAC, he worked at Six Flags Fiesta Texas as a lifeguard and supervisor.

Morrow assisted with the opening of Fiesta Texas, where he was on the management team for four years before joining SeaWorld.

At UTSA, he studied sociology. As a student, he was offered a job at SeaWorld as a supervisor in the water park. He said his plan was never to work for theme parks, but "The rest, as they say, is history," he told San Antonio Magazine .

Before the zoo became home for Morrow, he worked at SeaWorld San Antonio for nearly 20 years. During his time there, he served as the Vice President of SeaWorld Aquatica for a short time.

Morrow has served as the CEO/Executive Director at the San Antonio Zoo since late 2014. As CEO, Morrow has a goal to educate the community and visitors about animals, conservation and all the zoo has to offer.

In an article in San Antonio Magazine , Morrow said, "he plans to honor the zoo's historic past while helping it grow through additions such as new exhibits and hands-on opportunities for kids."