Morgan is a University of Maryland President's Postdoctoral Fellow at the School of Public Policy and Center for Global Sustainability. Her research assesses the environmental impacts of energy technologies and policies to support low-carbon energy transitions. She focuses on cases where impacts are highly variable, due to heterogeneity in engineering features, environmental conditions, and energy stakeholders. Her current work aims to evaluate and accelerate a diverse set of emerging efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by cities, states, and businesses in the United States, with a focus on natural gas infrastructure. Morgan received her Ph.D. in Engineering Systems from MIT, her S.M. in Technology and Policy from MIT, and her B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.