By Irma Widjojo
Although Morgan, 50, has been making decisions as a trustee, this year would be his first campaign.
Morgan was appointed to the Benicia Unified School District Governing Board last year, replacing Dana Dean, who resigned following her appointment to the Solano County Board of Education.
His appointment was made after the board interviewed six applicants at a special meeting.
“I think what I bring to the board is that I’m unique in that I bring a focus on bringing discipline and basing it on data,” Morgan said.
The incumbent has worked for the Charles Schwab Corporation in San Francisco since 1999. He began his law career as a prosecutor in the Santa Cruz County District Attorney’s Office.