Morgan first got involved with Young America’s Foundation during her sophomore year of high school.  After being introduced to Ben Shapiro at a high school conference at the Reagan Ranch in Santa Barbara, Morgan developed a passion for American public policy and culture.  Her senior year of high school, Morgan was the chairwoman of the Young Americans for Freedom chapter at her school. As chairwoman, she organized and ran several activism events including the 9/11: Never Forget Project and Freedom Week.  In the spring semester of her senior year, with help from YAF, Morgan’s chapter brought Dinesh D’Souza to speak to more than 300 students.

Morgan’s work with YAF inspired her to continue to advance the Conservative Movement.  She is a rising junior at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas, where she is studying political science and mass communications. She plans to graduate a year early.  In just her first year of college, Morgan had the opportunity to work for Governor Greg Abbott and for State Representative Travis Clardy as an intern.  At school, she is involved with the campus conservatives and has helped bring in local speakers and plan events.  She is excited to work with peers to expand that platform this coming fall.

Morgan is honored to be interning with the Foundation that introduced her to the Conservative Movement nearly five years ago.  She looks forward to learning from the best leaders and patriots in the Movement and working to promote conservatism across the country.