Morgan Miller is the Alumni Relations Manager for First Liberty Institute and the Center for Religion, Culture & Democracy.
In this role, she helps the alumni of FLI and CRCD programs to remain connected to one another, the organization, and opportunities in the wider liberty movement. A part of this includes recruiting exceptional students as well as overseeing the professional and ideological formation of the organization’s high-quality internships, fellowships, and seminars.
Miller has been involved with other non-profits including the Acton Institute, Bastiat Society, Common Sense Society, Discovery Institute, and Foundation for Economic Education (FEE).
In 2018, Miller graduated from Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science as well as Philosophy. Miller graduated as an Ashbrook Scholar from the Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs.
The Center for Religion, Culture, and Democracy envisions democratic societies which affirm the essential role of religious convictions, peoples, and institutions in cultivating free and flourishing communities.
To achieve our vision, the CRCD supports the creation and promotion of high quality scholarship at the intersection of religion, culture, and democracy. Our publications, programming, and resources affirm the importance of religion as a public good for strengthening social bonds and reinforcing foundational freedoms.