Morgan Crapps is a corporate site selection and economic incentives consultant. Morgan works with clients to find optimal locations for their entry, expansion, or relocation in North America. She also negotiates and structures incentive agreements with state and local governments. Morgan frequently advises companies on manufacturing, distribution, office, and development projects and has significant experience working with global businesses to facilitate foreign direct investment (FDI) in the United States. Morgan's practice focuses on corporate clients and she is also responsible for client engagement and client relationship management.
Morgan previously worked for a midsize law firm as an attorney in the economic development and international arenas, where her practice focused on tax and incentives. Prior to that, Morgan worked for a U.S. State's Department of Commerce, both as a project manager in global business development and as senior manager of international strategy and trade. In these roles, she was responsible for recruiting companies from around the world to the state and streamlining their investment projects to create jobs and bring investment to the state. She also helped to manage the state's international offices in Europe, Japan, China and India.
Her past experiences and the relationships she has built in the public and private sectors give Morgan a 360-degree view of site selection and incentive negotiation, particularly when complex issues arise. Her organized and diligent approach, combined with her knowledge of economic development and FDI, allow her to be a strong advocate and achieve results for her clients.
Morgan grew up in West Virginia and graduated cum laude from Clemson University. She also earned her J.D. from the University of South Carolina School of Law. She is a graduate of the Economic Development Institute at the University of Oklahoma.