MORGAN CRAVEN, RESEARCHER
Morgan is an attorney in Austin, TX, where she engages in legal advocacy and policy work related to school-to-prison pipeline issues. Previously, she clerked for Supreme Court of Texas Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson from 2012 to 2013. Prior to that, she worked as an attorney at Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid Inc. In 2006, she was a researcher for the Black Women Executive Research Initiative, commissioned by The Executive Leadership Council. Morgan graduated from Harvard Law School in 2011 and received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University.