Assistant Professor, Life Sciences
Morgan has been at LBCC since 2018. She feels lucky to be a part of a culturally and intellectually rich community. The student have made her feel at home. Before LBCC, she worked at the University of Guam followed by part-time work at multiple community colleges in the Moneterey area. Morgan loves exploring the intricate cellular and systemic relationships that make life possible. Her graduate research studied the role of the gene parcas in mitochondrial morphology at the University of Californaia, San Diego. Her true passion, however, lies in finding ways to help students grow their potential. Morgan is deeply dedicated to building a classroom environment based on acceptance.