About the Afternoon Show
Morgan grew up on the coast of Maine but married a guy from East Texas – so while she wasn’t born here, she got here as fast as she could! She and her husband, Joshua, have a son and a daughter who both make their parents laugh every day.
Morgan claims that she got her start in radio when she was in high school and would read the afternoon announcements over the school’s public address system. It was fun to be the “voice” of the school! She eventually took an “Intro to Broadcasting” class and started volunteering at a radio station, then one thing led to another and now she’s been working in radio for over twenty years. Her radio travels have taken her from California, back to Maine, then to Oregon, and (finally!) to Texas where she plans to stay.
In any spare time she can find, Morgan loves to read and could happily spend a whole day sitting quietly with a good book and a great cup of coffee. She and her husband love to travel, and they enjoy tabletop gaming. They are working hard to pass their love of gaming on to their kids! Another one of Morgan’s favorite pastimes (let’s be real here!) is eating – which makes Houston the PERFECT city for her!
As a bit of a chronic worrier, a verse that Morgan leans on is Philippians 4:8, “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”
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