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Morgan Murray

Morgan Murray
Program Coordinator

Morgan Murray is the Program Coordinator for the League of Women Voters. In this role, she is responsible for administering grant programs and providing support to state and local Leagues across the county on the national redistricting campaign and other election-related initiatives.

Morgan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish Language from the University of Iowa. During her college years and beyond, Morgan volunteered with her local league, registering voters and providing educational and outreach opportunities for underserved populations. This spearheaded her interest in work providing equal access and opportunities for all. After graduating, she served as an AmeriCorps, providing support to underserved residents and citizens re-entering society for barriers to employment. Morgan later served in Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic, collaborating with rural communities to advance youth and community development initiatives. Passionate about service and engagement, partnerships, and creating more inclusive and equitable spaces, Morgan is looking forward to working at the national level with local and state leagues.

Morgan is originally from Des Moines, Iowa. In her free time, Morgan can be found spending time with friends and family, planning her next travel adventure, or singing (badly) and dancing to music at home.

The League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF) has tapped into the power of young people through its Youth Voter Registration project since 2010. In the spring of 2022 alone, 87 League volunteer teams across the country hosted close to 900 events and registered 22,406 youth in high schools, technical schools, community colleges, youth shelters, and at community events like protests, rallies, and festivals.