Entrepreneurship, and the arts has been a large part of Morgan’s life. At the age of 17, Morgan started her first plus-size clothing line, where she would sew custom pieces for women sizes 14 and up. From there, this created a full-fledged catalyst into creativity and business development.
Currently, Morgan is the founder + CEO of a Maryland based company called Distinctly Creative -- which focuses on helping black creative entrepreneurs succeed personally and professionally through the use of events, a directory, the Black Creatives Matter apparel, online business resources, and a creative coworking + makerspace in Mount Rainier, MD.
Outside of this, Morgan is a custom clothing designer, and provides graphic designing, photography, and marketing services to George Mason University and a variety of other businesses/organizations within the DMV area.
In past 6+ years, she has worked within the AdWords team at Google, ran successful ad campaigns for her various businesses, provided marketing + graphic design services for a variety of academic institutions, and helped countless entrepreneurs with their visual branding and marketing needs.
Morgan is also a proud graduate of Howard University where she received her BFA in Design with a Concentration in Fashion.
Work Currently on Display: Woodlawn's "Makers in the Mansion" Exhibit from July 2018 - October 2018
Fashion Design Work Shown: 2012 Howard University Student Art Show, 2013 Howard University Student Art Show, Lee's Flower Shop on U Street, 2012 Howard University Fine Arts Week Fashion Museum, 2013 Howard University Fine Arts Week Showcase, DC Fashion Week 2014 Networking Party, DC Fashion Week 2015 NextGen show, and the 2015 Howard University SpringFest Fashion Show.
Previous Speaking Engagements + Interviews:
George Washington University's "Glam your Gram: Social Media for Social Change" | April 26, 2017
Impact Hub DC "Unlikely Allies: Socially Conscious Artists" | April 27, 2017
The Business of Art @ Femme Fatale DC | Thursday, December 14, 2017
Distinctly Creative x FHI 360 | February 7, 2018