During the 2017-2018 year, Morgan was Associate Conductor with the Westminster Neighborhood Children's Choir, working with children from 2nd through 5th grade in the Princeton community alongside Mr. Tom Shelton. She also worked with the Princeton Boychoir Treble Choir, consisting of unchanged male voices through 8th grade under the direction of Mr. Fred Meads.
As a strong supporter of ACDA, Morgan has served in numerous leadership roles working with youth in the choral community: 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
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.
In the 2016-2017 academic year, St. Andrew's added a 3rd grade chorus and a 4th grade chorus to the required courses for Lower School students. In these ensembles, students performed in school productions, as well as traveled to local venues to perform for the larger community.
At St. Andrew's, Morgan was General Music Teacher for Pre-K3, Kindergarten and 2nd grade. Each year, the Lower School students put on a performance for Grandparent's Day, hosted by the general music teachers and art teacher. In addition, these students performed at a Lower School Spring Concert, showing off their singing and instrumental work from the year.