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Meet Our Summer Intern Morgan Haddock

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Hello! My name is Morgan Haddock, and I am excited to be the Government Relations intern this summer at Concerned Women for America (CWA). I was born and raised in a small town located outside Houston, Texas. I’ve been blessed to be raised in a Christian home where my parents modeled the love of Christ and guided me to have my own personal relationship with God.

At the age of 16, I went on my first mission trip to the country of Guatemala. There I met a little boy, Ezekiel, who lives in a small village outside of Santa Cruz del Quiche. His family’s testimony touched my heart and changed the trajectory of my life. This past May, I graduated from Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Finance. The primary reason behind choosing this degree path was to apply the skills I learned to help organizations become financially stable to make a greater impact. In the future, I want to use my experience to apply them to my own non-profit aspirations.

In 2023, I started the non-profit Project Ezekiel, which is named after the boy I met on my first trip to Guatemala and based on the valley of dry bones in Ezekiel 37. I see a spiritual revival coming to Guatemala and want to be an organization to help facilitate that awakening. My goal is to one day establish the first intergenerational care facility in Guatemala that will provide elderly and orphans care simultaneously.

Thank you to CWA for the opportunity to be a part of their internship program. CWA has afforded me the opportunity to connect with heroes I’ve admired from afar, such as female athletes Riley Gaines and Kylee Alons. The sacrifice and courage they have displayed are inspiring and paves the way for other Christian conservative women like myself to be courageous in my sphere of influence. Another pivotal moment was when I connected with the Ambassador to Guatemala, which further ignited my passion for mission work in that country in order to be the voice for the abandoned and forgotten.

One quote that comes to mind is, “When you open your mouth, the world gets smaller.” I am forever thankful to CWA for opening my eyes to the world of public policy and pushing me out of my comfort zone to achieve great things.