Bryn Morgan is a research associate at the Aspen Institute Economic Opportunities Program. Bryn is passionate about how research can be leveraged to address inequality and advance economic equity efforts. Before joining the Institute, she completed a Master of Science in Gender, Development, and Globalization at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her research interests centered around investigating intended and unintended consequences of policies, from a feminist economist perspective. She particularly focused on how neoliberal conditions have intersected with gendered violence, precarity, and political extremism. During her studies, Bryn also worked for a nonprofit aimed at addressing domestic violence, and she aided in research efforts for a volunteer project on violence against women abroad. Prior to graduate school, Bryn worked in the sociology department of Colorado College, contributing to research on racial bias in local family court cases and developing a youth community organizing program. She holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Colorado College. Bryn enjoys cooking plant-based food, weightlifting, playing board games, and doing crossword puzzles.