Morgan Jones


Morgan Jones

Morgan Jones, a co-host/guest of “Listen 2 Our Teens,” lives in Columbus, MS.  At the time of recording, Morgan was a junior at Mississippi University for Women. While recording for the show, Morgan was dual enrolled at East Mississippi Community College (EMCC) and Mississippi University for Women (MUW). Since then, she has graduated from Columbus High School and EMCC. At Columbus High, Morgan is a member of Columbus High School’s Frontline Show Choir, the Spanish Honor Society, the National Technical Honor Society, and the National Beta Club. During the 2015-2016 school year, she was one of the hosts for a weekly high school program, “Falcon Talk.” Morgan is also a member of Vibrant Church (Columbus, MS).

Morgan’s favorite subjects are math and science and she loves to read. She also enjoys theatre and participating in school and community productions. Morgan played merchant woman in Columbus Middle School’s production of “Aladdin” in April 2014. In February of 2015, she served as understudy/assistant stage manager for the Columbus Community Theatre’s (CCT) production of “Our Town.” In December of 2015, Morgan had a small role in CCT’s play “Jamz’s Christmas Carol,” and she had the lead role in CCT’s production of “The Left Hand Singing” in April 2016.

Morgan was a distinguished member of the Lowndes Young Leaders Class of 2015-2016. In September 2017, she participated in the Choral Colloquium, a program comprised of master classes for middle school and high school honor choirs and teachers, at Mississippi State University. In April of 2017, Morgan participated in both the Lowndes County American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life” as well as the “Life Choices 5k Run/Walk Kid’s Color Fun Run”. In the summer of 2017, Morgan attended “Thrive” youth conference sponsored by Vibrant Church, and she was also selected as a Choir Sweetheart for the 2017 Columbus High School Homecoming.

In addition to doing volunteer work for Focus on Natural Health Education Community Development Inc. (a non-profit organization located in Jackson, MS), Morgan has volunteered for various Vacation Bible Schools for the past three years.

Upon graduation, Morgan attended EMCC then transfered to Mississippi University for Women, which i also known as “The W”, to pursue a degree in psychology. She is the daughter of Terrell and Angela Jones and has a brother, Kyle.