Morgan Ortagus is the name of the American based Policy and security analyst. She is also known as a former Miss Florida. Currently, Morgan joined as an Executive Director in Ernst and Young (EY)’s Geostrategic Business Group and the United States Navy Reserve Officer.
Morgan was born on 10 July 1983 in Auburndale, Florida to Ronal E. Ortagus and his wife Denise C. Ortagus. His father Ronal E. Ortagus was the owner of a franchise of the cleanup and restoration company, Service Masters and her mother was an office manager. She did her graduation in Political science from Florida Southern College in 2005. Later she completed her masters in Administration from John Hopkins University in 2009. After that, she earned a master’s in Bussiness Administration from Carey Business School, John Hopkins University.
Morgan appeared as a participant in the Miss Florida Citrus contest in 2002. In this contest, she arrived third runner-up from the Miss Florida beauty pageant winning a $3,000 scholarship.
In addition, she also won the Miss Orange Blossom, Miss Auburndale, and Miss Teen Auburndale pageants.
Later Morgan worked as Intelligence Analytic Correspondence at the United States Treasury under the Office of Intelligence and Investigation, since the 2008 year to 2010. She also worked as a Global Relationship Manager at Standard Chartered Bank in the Public Sectors Group.
In 2016, she joined as an Executive Director in Ernst and Young (EY)’s Geostrategic Business Group. She also a co-chair of the Washington based lobby group. Ortagus frequently appears on Fox News and Fox Business as a contributor or guest host, lending her federal security and policy experience. Ortagus is also currently a United States Navy Reserve Officer.
She is married twice. Her first husband Joshua Dobbs. After the separation, she married Jonathan Ross Weinberger.
They were led by Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg in her chambers at the Supreme Court at Washington, D.C.
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