Morgan currently works as a community and environmental planner with Dillon Consulting in Kitchener, Ontario where he specializes in public engagement. During his professional and academic career, he has had some unique opportunities to work and study in diverse rural and urban settings in Canada and overseas, focusing on stakeholder engagement and community-driven decision-making processes. At Dillon, Morgan has specialized in bringing innovative participatory tools and methods, including digital civic engagement technologies, to complex community dialogues. His past field of research has included democratic decision making in complex community dialogues about the environment. He holds a Master’s degree in Rural Planning and Development from the University of Guelph, along with an honours degree in Political Science from Simon Fraser University and a certificate in International Development Studies from the University of Sussex in the UK. His master’s thesis was a comparative analysis of public participation and Indigenous community engagement in environmental assessment processes for large mining operations in Northern Canada and in South Africa. Morgan lives in Guelph with his wife and three young children.