Research Program Coordinator, Duke Center for Child and Family Policy
Claire Morgan joined the Center for Child and Family Policy as a research staff assistant in February 2021. She is currently a research program coordinator, supporting research logistics, internal grant applications, and events at the Center. She has worked on projects such as the Statewide Needs Assessment for Early Care and Education on behalf of the NCDHHS and the Center’s national policy conference, “The Next Step in Early Childhood Policy: Creating a Universal System of Care for Families with Young Children.”
Before joining the Center, she worked with the executive education team at the Nicholas School of the Environment, supporting short courses and workshops for environmental professionals. Prior to the Nicholas School, she was a research assistant for The Graduate School at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Morgan earned her BA in English Literature at Whitworth University, and her Master of Public Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.