Morgan Moore, a driven and accomplished junior at Spelman College hailing from Dallas, Texas, stands out as a Dewitt Dean’s Scholar pursuing a B.A. in Economics with a minor in Management and Organization, maintaining an outstanding 3.8 GPA. Her academic journey has been enriched by a summer as an Economic Research Intern at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, where she delved into practical economic insights. Furthermore, Morgan's commitment to leadership and community development is notably underscored by her participation in the prestigious Dr. Emmett J. Conrad Leadership Program managed by UNT Dallas.
Morgan stated that, “My experience being a Conrad Scholar was nothing short of amazing! As a Conrad Scholar, I was given the unique opportunity to enhance my professional skills and expand my network through leadership workshops and interactions with distinguished alumni of the Conrad Leadership Program, while also developing long lasting connections with fellow scholars from schools across the country. This exposure to highly accomplished individuals proved invaluable, providing me with valuable insights and guidance that will undoubtedly shape my future success.”
Passionate about dissecting and addressing socioeconomic disparities in disadvantaged communities, Morgan is dedicated to leveraging her economic background to elevate economic mobility in these areas. Beyond her academic pursuits, Morgan is actively engaged on campus. Serving as the treasurer of the Spelman College chapter of the NAACP, Morgan further demonstrates her commitment to social justice and advocacy.
In addition to her involvement in Future Business Leaders of Spelman and the ‘miniSKIRTS’ committee of S.K.I.R.T.S, a community service organization providing mentorship to elementary students, Morgan is a proud member of the L.O.V.E Letters Project and Spelman Pre-Alumnae Council. Her highlight of the week is spending time with her 8-year-old mentee at the Barack and Michelle Obama Academy, nurturing dreams of the young mind to one day become a Spelmanite.
Morgan expresses her gratitude to the Dr. Emmett J. Conrad Leadership Program for its pivotal role in equipping her with professional and interpersonal development skills that will undoubtedly shape her future career. Looking ahead, Morgan is set to embark on a spring internship with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta as a retail payments intern, further solidifying her commitment to making a positive impact and contributing meaningfully to her community and beyond.