Morgan Cox, Support Teacher
Morgan Cox is a Houston, TX native now living in Atlanta after graduating from Georgia State University with a B.A. in Psychology. She is currently preparing for graduate school with plans to obtain a Master’s degree in educational or clinical psychology. As a former camp counselor and active volunteer in the community, Morgan has gained valuable hands on experience working with children from a variety of different backgrounds. She looks forward to gaining new experiences with The Cloverleaf School.
Throughout college, Morgan volunteered frequently with Hands on Atlanta and signed on as a long term volunteer at the Nicholas House, a home dedicated to helping families achieve independence and stability after economic hardship. She assisted directors with coordinating daily activities for the children of these families while the adults participated in life management programs. After graduation, Morgan worked as a camp counselor at Camp Starlight in Northern Pennsylvania. These events helped shape and solidify her desire to play an influential part in our future generation’s lives.
Outside of Morgan’s passion for working with children, she enjoys running, snowboarding, playing sports, traveling, music, art, and photography. She hopes that her love of life, thirst for adventure and her devotion to helping others may impact those around her.