Morgan is an award-winning leadership development program developer, facilitator, author, ICF certified coach, keynote speaker, and business leader. She has over 20 years’ of experience in leadership and professional development across a variety of industries.
Morgan’s background in organization and talent development, HR, instructional design, psychology, and coaching uniquely equip her to take a holistic approach to performance and talent management. She connects strategy to personal values and strengths, creates competency alignment, and ensures connection to vision, goals, and objectives.
As a senior talent leader at TriNet, where she served for nearly a decade, Morgan led the execution of the talent management process for nationally-dispersed teams. She was presented with the Learning Elite Award from Chief Learning Officer Magazine for the creation and successful execution of a high-potential leader development program.
Morgan has expanded the impact and reach of her leadership development work as a leadership consultant with national and global firms that include PIMCO, Dalberg, HackerRank, USP, Humana, and many others.
She also has first-hand experience with start-ups and nonprofit organizations. She and a business partner founded Change RHYTHM, a nonprofit organization focused on providing affordable and charitable resources and coaching to individuals navigating personal or career-related change.
Additionally, Morgan teaches leadership development programs as part of the extended studies and community development programs at several universities in the Northern California and Northern Nevada areas.
Morgan is the co-author of several Amazon best-selling books: The Five Coaching Conversations, A Research-Based Model for Maximizing Performance and Potential, and Change RHYTHM: Guideposts for Building Resilience and Evolving Through Change.
She is currently pursuing a PhD in Business Management and Leadership through Capella University. She holds a MA in Instructional Design from the University of Central Florida and a specialization in positive psychology and resilience from the University of Pennsylvania.