Morgan is the Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Her Story Virtual Summer Music Camp which began in Summer 2020. Running for three consecutive weeks, the inaugural camp season included musicians from across the country in 3rd-5th grade (Her Experience), 6th-8th grade (Her Story) and 9th through 12th grade (Her Voice). All campers were provided the opportunity to experience, create, and inspire through music.
She also acted as Assistant Director for the Tallahassee Community Chorus (TCC) in Tallahassee, Florida, conducting choral-orchestral works performed by TCC and local orchestra for the 2019-2020 season.
In February 2019, Morgan was a guest conductor for the 1st Annual Grace Episcopal Church Community SingAlong. She helped to organize this first-time event in the planning process, and led sectionals and conducted movements in the performance of Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem.
A strong supporter of ACDA, Morgan has served in numerous leadership roles working with youth in the choral community: Southern Region Honor Choirs Chair (2019-2020) - Mobile, AL Southern Region Children’s Honor Choir Coordinator (2017-2018) – Louisville, KY National Treble Honor Choir Co-Coordinator (2016-2017) – Minneapolis, MN Southern Division Treble Honor Choir Assistant Coordinator (2015-2016) – Chattanooga, TN
She also is a requested guest clinician for honor choirs. Her most recent honor choir was the GMEA District 7 Elementary Honor Choir, held in Rome, GA in November 2018.
Morgan acted as Assistant Artistic Director of RISE Chorales for 2016-2017 during her final year in Savannah. This ensemble is a community-based chorale, created with the purpose of "Revolutionizing and Inspiring Singing Excellence". Through singing, socializing, and service, the young women in the RISE Young Women's Chorale learn how to establish themselves as young musicians and strong members of the local and greater community. For the 2015-2016 academic year, Morgan was chosen to be a Conducting Fellow with the Savannah Children's Choir. She worked with the ensemble at the annual SCC Summer Camp, leading sectionals, assisting with the audition process for the premier ensemble, and conducting at the final summer performance at The Lucas Theatre. Her work with the ensembles continued into the fall semester, assisting with and conducting multiple ensembles. The local Savannah paper, Savannah Now wrote an articleregarding selection for the fellowship program.