Morgan Alderman joined the National Committee as office administrator in June 2019. In this role, she is responsible for general office upkeep and administration, as well as assistance on governance-related matters. Ms. Alderman graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Peace, War, and Defense, and a B.A. in Asian studies with a Chinese concentration. She graduated with distinction and honors in May 2019.

Ms. Alderman has had a long relationship with the Chinese language and culture. She grew up in Chapel Hill participating in a Chinese dual-language immersion program at Glenwood Elementary, and is fluent in Mandarin. Combining her passion for international relations, global security, and Chinese, Ms. Alderman wrote her undergraduate honors thesis on Chinese peacekeeping contributions to the United Nations and Chinese grand strategy. She also served as logistics coordinator and deputy director for the Duke-UNC China Leadership Summit, a student-run academic conference on U.S.-China relations, in 2018 and 2019 respectively.

Apart from her interest in China, Ms. Alderman is also fascinated by African geopolitics, contemporary art, and astrophysics. She is also an avid potter, and lotus root lover.

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