Morgan graduated from Drexel University in 2019 with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Philosophy. Her research interests include equitable urban greening practices rooted in ecofeminist principles and projects that work to eliminate nature-culture binaries that persist in contemporary post-industrial cities. After working with the Energy Rights Project for over a year, Morgan has become deeply committed to pushing for reform of existing energy assistance programs, energy policies, and infrastructures to create anti-racist energy systems that are conducive to healthy lives and a healthy planet. As a research assistant, Morgan has facilitated our household survey project and tracked public debates over LIHEAP and emerging policy changes, among other projects. View her portfolio to learn more about her research.