America on Tech's Innovators and Disruptors Awards are coming soon! Join us on Thursday, November 18th at 6:00PM EST as we celebrate the outstanding achievements of some of the most important and influential leaders in the business and technological field.
Today we are excited to announce that NBC News' Morgan Radford will be hosting the 2021 event.
This year’s event will be all virtual and tickets are FREE! Get yours here.
About the Innovators and Disruptors Awards (IDA):
The IDA was established in 2018 to celebrate the outstanding achievements of some of the most important and influential leaders in the business and technological field. Our awardees represent a diverse collection of business and technology ecosystem from some of the world's most recognized corporations and fastest growing startups who are leaving a measurable impact on the industry and in their respective fields of work.
About Morgan Radford:
Morgan Radford is a correspondent for NBC News and co-anchor for NBC News NOW based in New York City.
Radford’s reporting appears across TODAY, NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt and MSNBC, in addition to her co-anchoring the 12-2pm hours of NBC News NOW with Aaron Gilchrist. Since joining NBC News in 2015, Radford has covered some of the country’s biggest stories including the 2020 presidential election, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on minority communities, the rise in disinformation online, and the immigration debate over the U.S. southern border. Prior to joining NBC, Morgan was an anchor/correspondent for Al Jazeera America and previously worked for ABC News at their headquarters in New York City.
Originally from Greensboro, NC, Morgan received her bachelor’s degree from Harvard University, a master’s degree from Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism and a Fulbright Fellowship from the United States State Department, where she spent one year teaching in Durban, South Africa. Morgan speaks Spanish fluently and has been certified by the French Chamber of Commerce for business proficiency in French.