Morgan was born and raised in Perry, OH, where her love for Cleveland grew at a very young age. In her teens, her family moved to West Virginia, where she finished high school and then graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from Marshall University (you know, the football movie, We Are Marshall).
At her time at Marshall, Morgan was a three year member and captain of the Marshall University Dance Team, an active member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority, and was even named Miss Marshall 2016. While in college, her family moved back into the same house in Ohio that they moved out of 7 years prior, which is what brought her back to Ohio after graduation. Morgan loved her college experience, but there’s no where she’d rather be than Cleveland, Ohio.
After graduation, Morgan got her first taste of the radio world right here at CBS Radio as a street team member. It was during this time she discovered her passion for radio. She then spent some time hosting the night show on Cougar 93.7 in Mentor, Ohio.
Morgan is an avid Cleveland enthusiast, concert junkie, and self-proclaimed “girly tomboy.” She is a devoted Cavs and Indians fan, all the while not caring at all about the Cleveland Browns. In her spare time she loves to dance, go to concerts, write, and make videos for her YouTube channel.
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