Morgan is a doctoral candidate in the Organizational Behavior Department at Weatherhead. Her research includes social exclusion and a broader societal perspective on human sustainability. Morgan has built an agent based model of neighborhood change, and studies the contexts of mixed-income housing and integrated neighborhoods to better understand mechanisms that can address systemic inequities in our social systems. She has also designed and taught a class on Sustainability and Net Positive Impact at the undergraduate level.
BS, Case Western Reserve University, 2013
Social Exclusion and Inclusion, Neighborhood Change, Mixed-Income Housing
Sustainability, Equity, Inclusion
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- Sugiyama, K., Bulger, M. A., Bilimoria, D. Qualitative Research in Management Conference,
"I am me as part of we: Collective legacy as a mechanism for inclusion",
University of Bradford School of Management, UK,
- American Sociological Association. 2015 - Present
- Academy of Management. 2014 - Present
- The Wolstein Family Award for Excellence in Business Venture Plan Development, Case Western Reserve University. (2013).
- 1st Place in Management Oral Presentation at Spring Intersections, Case Western Reserve University. (2013).
- 1st Place in Management Poster Presentation at Fall Intersections, Case Western Reserve University. (2012).