Prior to joining the Transitions Clinic Network as Communications Manager, Morgan worked in the public health and harm reduction fields. She has led, developed, and launched numerous educational initiatives, including multimedia overdose prevention and reversal materials, a video series aimed at combatting stigma and promoting best practices among medical providers, trauma-informed care trainings for practitioners working with justice-involved populations, and toolkits translating the brain science of addiction into digestible, accessible formats. She is deeply committed to engaging impacted community members and centering lived experience; in Baltimore City, she convened multiple community events as well as listening sessions with people who use drugs for the FDA and National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) patient-focused drug development initiative. Morgan has served on NIDA’s Clinical Trials Network Steering Committee and as an expert participant for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) “Use of Medication Assisted Treatment in Emergency Departments” evidence-based resource guide development. Morgan graduated from New York University with a concentration in creative writing and is earning her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has written about her family's experiences with the criminal legal system in The Washington Post, Vox, and The Fix.