“When 13-year-old Megan Morris began losing her balance and experiencing numbness in her legs, she knew something was terribly wrong. After becoming unable to walk, an emergency visit to the hospital revealed that she had Transverse Myelitis, an inflammation of her spinal cord. “
“Today, Megan is a recent high school graduate pursuing her dreams for a bright future. Recently, she lived out the ultimate teenage girl’s dream when she was crowned Homecoming Queen. It was the highlight of her senior year and one more proof that her life has endless possibilities.”
Megan is pursuing an associate’s degree in office management at our Chattanooga State Sequatchie-Bledsoe campus.
“Chattanooga State has given me the opportunity to learn and grow while advancing in the job I currently have at the Bledsoe Telephone Co-Op. The professors [at Chattanooga State] are a great guiding light in my education.”