Morgan Avery McCoy Inc.
For the past eight years, our company, Morgan Avery McCoy, Inc. produced plays, films, and psas that advocate for the underserved, teach historical truths and increase awareness of both physical and mental health issues. In addition to our in-house projects, we collaborate with organizations to tell authentic stories that bring about change, motivation, and education and know firsthand how storytelling tremendously benefits the community.
Morgan the CEO of M.A.M. Inc. utilizes her unique storytelling ability to motivate audiences of all ages and backgrounds through content creation in various platforms- books, films, songs, stage plays.
Morgan’s mission is to empower educate and entertain her respective audiences. She uses comedy and drama to connect with her audiences and expose social woes. As an African American woman, Morgan has encountered racism and sexism, so she decided to use her life experiences to write, "Evolution of a Black Girl...". She has a second show, “She’s Got Issues” which addresses sexism, domestic violence, human trafficking, and breast cancer. Her third show, The Cry of the Fatherless, emphasizes the importance of adoption.
Academy Award winner, Louis Gossett Jr. was so impressed with Morgan's vision and passion that he co-sponsored her “Evolution of a Black Girl…”2015 multi-state college tour through his Eracism Foundation.
Currently, Morgan is creating and presenting content to teach history and encourage equity in our community, and preparing for the release of her two new films. Her live performances are taking place in her in-home stage and studio giving people across the world access to her powerful message while keeping audiences safe. Recently, she can be seen as Jesse in the "Harriet" film starring Cynthia Erivo and Janelle Monet which released November 2019. Prior to becoming an actress, she was the valedictorian of her high school class, earned her B.A. from Hampton University and M.A. at Regent University.