Morgan is a lifelong Virginian who lives with her husband Mike and children Madison and Mason in Mechanicsville. Morgan is on the PTA Board and serves as a co-leader for her daughter's Girl Scout Troop. She is active in the community and has volunteered with her children's school, the Ronald McDonald House, and local litter clean up events. When she is not on the campaign trail Morgan and her family enjoy going to football games, visiting state and local parks, and attending some of the many festivals and local events in communities throughout the Commonwealth.
Morgan has a Bachelor's Degree in Marine Biology and a Master's Degree in Environmental and Natural Resource Policy. She has spent her career working to protect the environment through her work for non-profit organizations, the federal government, and now the state government. Morgan will continue working for common sense environmental protections in the General Assembly. She believes that a healthy environment is imperative for a healthy workforce and healthy economy.
Morgan is running to restore a civil tone to Virginia politics, to give everyone a voice in their government by ending gerrymandering, and to preserve our natural resources in the 55th District and throughout the Commonwealth. During Morgan's 2017 campaign for the 55th District she received endorsements from the Sierra Club, AFL-CIO, Virginia Professional Fire Fighters, Virginia Democratic Women's Caucus, LGBT Democrats of Virginia, NARAL, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia, and the Competitive Commonwealth Fund.
As your next Delegate, Morgan will break the business-as-usual cycle that has made politics in Virginia as broken as in Washington. She will be responsive to all constituents, work tirelessly to seek solutions, and focus on job growth in Hanover, Caroline, and Spotsylvania Counties. She will dedicate herself to move Virginia away from the "us vs. them" mentality that has lead to more grandstanding than governing. She believes that with common sense and common decency we can find common ground to move Virginia forward.