COMMUNITY BUILDING & FUNDRAISING
Morgan Glass has spent her professional career empowering the youth of Central Pennsylvania. She currently works in the Central York School District as a Behavioral Specialist in trauma transitional classrooms, and for United Methodist Home for Children, where she’s served as a supervisor and prudent parent.
Her mission is to bridge the gaps between people’s individual needs and society’s expectations, helping people understand how they can be impactful in their communities. Morgan continues to educate herself on emerging therapies and psychological trends to stay connected with the people she serves and how she can help them.
Morgan joined Capital Rebirth with the goal of working with a group that is motivated to impact its community. She considers herself a chameleon who can adapt to different situations and this, paired with her discipline, integrity, and kindness, enables her to build honest relationships with the people she meets and works with.
Morgan’s a Harrisurg native. She graduated from Susquehanna High School in 2010 and received a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Penn State Harrisburg with a focus in human development and family studies.