Trained as a data scientist, Morgan currently serves as the Ethics Research Assistant within the Public Policy Programme. Morgan has experience leading cross-disciplinary teams and served in a project lead capacity at the Rhodes Artificial Intelligence Lab (RAIL) to assist the World Food Programme Innovation Accelerator with building AI solutions for urban food insecurity. Morgan has worked on a variety of topics related to social data science including food security and remote sensing, renewable energy, and ethical considerations of data science methodologies and digital technologies.
Morgan has a BSB from Wake Forest University where she studied Business Data Analytics and Religion. She also holds an MSc in Social Data Science from the University of Oxford, awarded with distinction. During her time at the University of Oxford, Morgan served on the Oxford Internet Institute’s Graduate Joint Consultative Committee, was an active member of the Oxford Character Project’s Global Leadership Initiative, and a member of Interdisciplinary Food Systems Teaching and Learning (IFSTAL).