Morgan Springer is a reporter at Interlochen Public Radio. Her series "Irredeemable," about Michigan juvenile lifers and the state's resentencing process, recently received a regional Edward R. Murrow award. Morgan won a 2016 first place national PRNDI award and a 2017 regional Edward R. Murrow Award for her story "Grandmother's letter from the Holocaust." Her story "Behind bars, transformation through poetry" won a first place, national PRNDI award in the soft feature category in 2015. Her stories have been featured on NPR, Michigan Radio, WHYY's The Pulse and National Native News.
She has an undergraduate degree in International Studies from Earlham College. After graduating, she did a stint as the constituent services coordinator for the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office before leaving to work at a garden center. In 2014, she went to the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies to study radio and documentary film, bringing her briefly back to her home state of Maine.