Morgan earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Mississippi College in 2010 before working as an accountant for the State of Mississippi. Next, Morgan worked as an auditor for the State of South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff where he reviewed rate increase requests from public utility companies and completed regulatory compliance audits. He left ORS in 2012 to pursue a Master’s in Applied Economics from the University of South Carolina Moore School of Business, which he received in 2014.
Morgan is currently pursuing a PhD in economics from Florida State University with research interests in the economics of automation, corporate finance, human capital, and the economics of disability. Morgan brings a rich background in economic theory and application to CEFA, with experience in applied econometrics, DSGE and macroeconomic modelling, numerical programming, public utility regulation and compliance, modeling corporate financial decisions, and disability research.