Since the very beginning of Morgan’s teenage years, she has fighting for injustice. She likes to advocate for the underdogs and make their voices heard because she sees value in every human life. Her very first experience of seeing true poverty and the life of an underdog was when she was a part of a poverty simulation in Waco, TX. This opened her eyes to the homeless population and the city with one of the largest homeless populations in the country.
From this point forward, Morgan’s heart for service to others grew more and more. She went on multiple missions’ trips as a teen to places all over the U.S. During her high school career, she was awarded a $1,000 grant from Youth Works to start a project called “Breaking Free” to provide care packages to the homeless of downtown Denver. The summer after her senior year was spent preparing for her trip to Haiti to continue live out her life goal to “Love relentlessly”.
She graduated from Moody Bible Institute with an Associates in Biblical Studies.
Currently, Morgan is the secretary for the Spokane Interfaith Council which has helped to fill her desire to learn about people and cultures much different from hers. She has started the youth ministry program at Mosaic Fellowship. As a youth leader, Morgan has the privilege of mentoring kids and empowering them to be all that they were created to be. Mosaic Community Bike Shop recently opened back in September and Morgan has been given the position of social media/networking manager for this newly founded non-profit.
When she’s not working with non-profits, she is employed as a Guest Services Specialist at Stay Alfred Vacation Rentals.