Morgan earned a B.A. in psychology at St. Edward’s University and an M.A. in psychological research at Texas State University. Before joining MAPS PBC, she gained research experience while supporting multiple clinical trials in academic and community mental health settings. Morgan started at MAPS PBC in 2020 as a clinical study assistant on the Expanded Access Program.
Currently, at MAPS PBC, Morgan operates as a project management associate. In this role, she supports project management functions, such as cross-departmental communication, planning of study and cross-departmental timelines, and the creation and maintenance of standardized practices. Morgan is passionate about reducing health disparities, increasing accessibility to holistic treatment approaches, and psychedelic-assisted therapy to address mental health issues. She is committed to expanding the scope of psychedelic medical research to make available this treatment option to all those who may benefit.
In her free time, she enjoys trying new foods, yoga, hiking in the PNW, traveling, game nights with friends, and spending quality time with her partner and her pup.