Morgan Smith has been dancing for the past 30 years and teaching for the last 15. As a dancer, Morgan performed at the Daytime Emmy Awards, for the Denver Dare Devils Roller Hockey Dance Team, as a company member at StarStruck Dance Academy, and was a four-year member of the BYU Cougarettes, where she served as an officer for two years. She also performed with the Cougarettes throughout the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City. Professionally, Morgan is teaching and choreographing for studios and dance teams throughout Utah, Idaho, Colorado and Hawaii, including choreographing the half-time for the 2007 Valero Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, Texas. She has won several choreography, costuming, and performance awards associated with her work, locally, nationally and internationally and the New Prague Dance Festival. Currently, Morgan is the competitive director at Hi-Light Dance Academy in Alpine, Utah.
For seven years, Morgan held the head coaching position for the 7-time State Champion and National Champion Bingham Minerette Drill Team. Morgan is also the former Assistant Director for the BYU Cougarettes precision dance team. She taught technique and choreographed for this 15-time Collegiate National Champion team. She has also worked with the nationally acclaimed UVU Dance Team and Weber State Dance Team. Most importantly, Morgan has a beautiful 6-year-old daughter, Tatum, and 3-year-old son, Jace.