Leah Morgan

Senior Science Coordinator

Leah Morgan
Leah Morgan is the Estuary Science Coordinator the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. Her responsibilities in this role largely include facilitating PDE’s Oyster Shell Recycling Program by coordinating with restaurant partners, planning volunteer shell bagging events, and managing use of recycled shell in restoration projects. Morgan also works on National Estuary Program projects like the PDE Science Summit and the Technical Report for the Estuary and Basin (TREB), and largely coordinates activities with PDE’s Science and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC). Additionally, Morgan assists with other field initiatives like living shoreline projects and other monitoring efforts throughout the Estuary.
In 2016, Morgan earned her Bachelor’s degree in Marine Science from the University of Delaware where she studied incidental mortality of sea scallops, and later worked for the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife. She graduated in 2019 with her Master’s degree in coastal sciences from the University of Southern Mississippi where she studied oyster larval recruitment limitation in coastal waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Morgan has an extensive field background and has always loved working with shellfish. Morgan is a Delaware native but currently lives in Philadelphia and loves spending her summers on the beach in Ocean City, MD. She enjoys reading and spending time with family and friends in her free time.
To contact Leah, please call (302)-655-4990, extension 100, or email lmorgan@delawareestuary.org.
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