Born to Daniel Boone Morgan and Mary Louise (McLeod) Morgan in Tallulah, LA.
Earns a BA in education from Louisiana College and later a MA in education from Murray State University in 1976.
Is a librarian within Ascension Parish Schools in Donaldsonville, LA.
Earns a Master of Library and Information Studies from Louisiana State University.
Is a librarian within Jefferson County Schools in Louisville, KY.
Teaches within Webster County Schools in Dixon, KY, and later within the Hardin County School District in Elizabethtown, KY, in 1979.
Is the director of the Media Center and Print Operations within the Hardin County School District.
Teaches in day and residential juvenile facilities within the Hardin County School District through 1991.
Is a founding board member of the KY Library Network.
Teaches in middle and senior high alternate schools within the Hardin County School District through 1993.
Receives the full tuition Martha Davis Scholarship for those interested in rural social work; earns an MSW from the University of Louisville.
Is a social worker within the Hospice of Central Kentucky in Elizabethtown, KY, through 2000.
Is a social worker for Gentiva Health Services in Louisville, KY.
Is a social worker for Lincoln Trail District Home Health in Elizabethtown, KY, until 1998.
Is a librarian at Luther Luckett Correctional Complex in La Grange, KY, and presently maintains this role.
Receives the Humanitarian Award from the Luther Luckett Veterans Club.
Receives the Exceptional Service Award from The Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library.
Is the recipient of the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award and the Humanitarian Award from Marquis Who’s Who.
Maintains membership with the Agencies of the American Library Association and the American Association of University Women.
Maintains lifetime membership with the Murray State University Alumni Association and National Education Association.