Meet Our Research Strategist

Morgan Love


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Morgan Love (Tlingit) is a Research Strategist at Evolve Equity Psychology, Inc. where her dedication lies in the integration of Indigenous methodologies throughout her research and evaluation practices. Holding a Bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Global Health from the University of California, Los Angeles, Morgan is now a Master’s candidate at the University College London studying Global Health and Development.

Research & Evaluation Backgrond

Morgan Love specializes in quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis across local, state, and national projects. With a specialized focus on community-led research and program evaluation through an Indigenous lens, Morgan employs advanced data analysis techniques to drive meaningful change within communities. Her mission is to reshape conventional Western research paradigms into comprehensive and holistic bodies of work that empowers communities. She achieves this by equipping individuals and organizations with tools, training, and opportunities for capacity building in addition to strategic action planning and equity framework development.

"Through Evolve Equity, I hope to inspire youth to become community advocates and have this collective also be a community where we share achievements and aspirations.”


Shukla, R., Turner, B. J., Ramos, G. G., Love, M., D'Isabella, J., & Soto, C. (2023). American Indian and Alaska Native substance use treatment: Barriers and facilitators according to an implementation framework. Journal of Substance Use and Addiction Treatment, 209095.

American Indian Health & Services. (2019) Community Wellness Report.

Knight, K., Love, M., Williams, J., & Vargas, M. (2023). Central Coast Regional Equity Initiative: Co-Creating and Actionizing a New Community-Led Equity Framework. Social Sciences, 12(8), 441.

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