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Morgan Atkins is a lifelong Mississippian who is excited to represent her home at the Cherry Blossom Princess Program. She came to our nation's capitol to work for the Bipartisan Policy Center as the Individual Giving Associate, where she spent two semesters interning in college and was awarded the Robert F. Bennett Internship Award after her summer internship at BPC. Before working with the Bipartisan Policy Center, Atkins had interned with a statewide campaign in Mississippi.

Morgan recently graduated cum laude from the University of Mississippi with her degree in Public Policy Leadership with minors in International Studies and Political Science. During her senior year, she served as the Associated Student Body president, tackling numerous issues impacting both the campus community and the entire state. She received numerous honors during her time in Oxford, including Greek Woman of the Year and Who's Who for the University of Mississippi. She was also a member of multiple service organizations, the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College, and Kappa Delta sorority.

In the future, Morgan hopes to earn a joint Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Policy to keep shaping the futures of communities through nonprofit development and advocacy work. 

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