Morgan Eisenga

Volunteer and Job Readiness Program Coordinator

Morgan Eisenga

Morgan graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a Journalism degree. Prior to transferring to APU in the spring of 2015, Morgan played NCAA Division 1 softball at East Carolina University, as well as competitively in both Canada and China. She is action oriented toward missions, outreach, marginalized, and the voiceless; and is incredibly passionate about building relationships, empowering others to cultivate their identity and see beyond the obvious. 

In her role as Volunteer Coordinator and Job Readiness Program Coordinator for The Bridge Teen Center, Morgan is responsible for helping students discover new skills, interests and passions through hands-on service learning and job readiness opportunities at The Bridge Thrift Store. This is a rapidly-growing area of programming at The Bridge, which is already impacting many students in a profound way. She also is responsible for training, directing and encouraging adult volunteers who invest their time at the store.  

Morgan has served at Saddleback Church as Women’s Communities Intern. In that role, she was responsible for executing large scale events, as well as teaching and serving women of all ages. She has also served at Big Valley Grace Community Church and McLean Bible Church. Morgan’s past church experience revolves around mission, women’s communities, youth, and college ministry. 

Morgan loves to do all things outdoors and absolutely loves hosting and serving people with food!