Morgan began her career in the health care field as a Nursing Attendant at the age of 17 years old at Country Villa East Convalescent Home in Los Angeles. While working, she attended Los Angeles Southwest College to complete her prerequisites for admission to the Nursing program. In 2007, at the age of 18 she applied to Harbor UCLA Medical Center as a Nursing Attendant. Once hired, she was moved to Nursing Administration where she began to do clerical support. Still in school at Southwest, she took extra classes to obtain an AA degree while still completing the necessary sciences courses for the Nursing program. In 2009, she graduated with her Associates of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Southwest. She applied to El Camino Compton Center Nursing program. and successfully graduated with an Associates of Science Degree in Nursing in 2013. Still employed at Harbor UCLA where she maintained a full-time position during both college degrees, she successful passed the boards and was promoted to a Registered Nurse. Morgan enrolled at Chamberlain College and graduated with her BSN in the summer of 2015. Determined to maximize her education, she returned to school to obtain her Master’s degree from Grand Canyon University with emphasis in Leadership and Healthcare Systems and graduated in 2017.
With great pleasure and gratitude she is still working at Harbor UCLA Medical Center full-time on the Progressive Care Unit and per diem at Keck Medicine of USC. She is also a Professor at El Camino College, instructing future nursing students. In addition to her professional career in nursing, she is the founder and CEO of Mor Girls with Goals which is a 501c3 nonprofit organization catering to at-risk youth girls ages 7-24 years old. The organization teaches girls career readiness, financial literacy, sex education, cultural diversity, health and wellness, among other things.The goal of Mor Girls with Goals is to capture girls at an influential age that will leave a lasting impression on the overall healthy mental and physical development into adulthood."It is easier to prevent than it is to cure. It's easier to build strong girls, than it is to repair broken women" -Morgan Linson