Morgan Murphy
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Morgan Murphy is a Research & Writing Intern with Food Tank, as well as an aspiring herbalist, avid health researcher, and student. She is currently studying anthropology at New York University with a concentration in food studies, health, and policy, and is writing a thesis about organic regulation. Morgan has experience working with nonprofit organizations and works for an herb farmer at her local farmers market. Originally from Missouri, she resides in Brooklyn. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors, cooking, dancing, and making DIY herbal products.

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