A Cornell University graduate, Ms. Chall holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Global & Public Health, with double minors in Policy Analysis and health equity. At Cornell, Morgan was a 4-year varsity gymnast, ECAC champion, 2x Ivy League champion, ECAC scholar-athlete, 3x Dean's List recipient, member of the 400-club (4.0 GPA), two-time President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), founder of the Cornell Athletics Don’t Bear It Alone mental health campaign, founder of the Nellies Cornell Athletics Awards Show, Big Red Leadership Institute member, and campus facilitator for the One Love Foundation.
Ms. Chall served as the Ivy League student-athlete representative to the NCAA Division I SAAC from 2017-2020, chaired the D1 SAAC Subcommittee on Education, was the D1 student-athlete representative to both the NCAA Committee on Academics and the 2018 NCAA Summit on Pain Management in the Collegiate Athlete.
Ms. Chall served as Chairwoman of Division I SAAC from 2019-2020, the second woman in the last 15 years to hold this position. As Chairwoman, Ms. Chall represented 176,200 Division I student-athletes in the NCAA governance process, providing an explicit stance on NCAA matters and legislation as the vote and voice of D1 student-athletes. She served as the committee speaking agent to the media and outside organizations, facilitated Division I SAAC meetings, created official subcommittees, and authored public statements on behalf of the group. She was the first female student-athlete to sit on the NCAA Division I Board of Directors and Board Administrative Committee. At the request of the United States Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Ms. Chall authored a 16-page response to assist in the Senate Committee’s review of potential name, image, and likeness federal legislation.
After college, Ms. Chall worked at her alma mater as a Public Health Fellow, where she promoted and delivered innovative strategies to address college student mental health, substance abuse, sexual violence, and hazing. She sat on the Sexual Wellness Advisory Group, and the Student-Athlete Mental Health Committee as an employee of the university, a group which was created as a result of the mental health campaign she founded as a student.
Ms. Chall earned her Master's in Sports Management at Columbia University, where she also served as a mentor in the BOSS/Columbia high school mentorship program, the Sports Management student representative to SPS Student Government, and the President of the Women's Sports Collective (WSC). During her tenure as President of WSC, the club was awarded the 2021 Most Innovative Club among hundreds of SPS student organizations.
Ms. Chall founded Chall Sports Consulting LLC to improve the collegiate student-athlete experience and well-being. As an expert on name, image, and likeness and empowering collegiate athletes, CSC also works with businesses in the sports and entertainment space, specializing in business development, operations & support, and marketing strategies.