Program Associate

Morgan Wyrick

Morgan Wyrick has provided operational and programmatic support to the Center's TrialWatch programming since February 2019.  Before joining the Center, Ms. Wyrick gained regional experience in women’s and immigrant’s rights between Greece and the United States at Action from Switzerland and immigration firms in Colorado, where she focused on asylum claims in both countries. She also interned at a variety of intergovernmental organizations, including the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in Spain, and the US Department of State in Panama.  Ms. Wyrick received duel BAs in International Relations and Spanish at Colorado State University, and her LLM in International Protection of Human Rights at the Universidad of Alcalá de Henares (UAH) in Spain. At the UAH, she was awarded recognition for her thesis titled: “The Right to Education for Youth In Guatemala, Honduras, And El Salvador And Unaccompanied Minors In The United States Of America.”