Education Program Associate
Morgan Woroner joined IGES in 2009, where she works primarily with IGES education projects, including the Earth System Science Education Alliance (ESSEA), the NASA Earth & Space Science Education Product Review, and the NASA Science Mission Directorate e-newsletter. Her work supports communication between IGES staff, clients and ESSEA members. In addition, Ms. Woroner also manages the social media engagement of IGES, including its Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Ms. Woroner’s previous work experiences include providing marketing and communications for a D.C. architecture firm and performing research for exhibitions at the St. Louis Art Museum and the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum. She is dedicated to improving science education, and is particularly interested in programs that find innovative ways to combine science and the arts, such as the IGES children’s environmental art contest.
Ms. Woroner earned a bachelor of arts in art history and archeology from the Washington University in St. Louis. Her professional affiliations include the Society of Government Meeting Professionals (SGMP), the Association of Meeting Professionals (AMPS) and Women in Aerospace (WIA).