Margaret Morgan-Hubbard joined "The Democracy Collaborative after serving briefly as the Deputy Director of the DC Office of the National Civic League. She is currently spear-heading the Collaborative’s “engaged university” program on campus and in the surrounding community of the University of Maryland at College Park.
"During the second term of the Clinton Administration, Margaret was the Director of Public Liaison and Office Director of the Office of Communications at the US Environmental Protection Agency. Prior to EPA, she worked on a number of critical local and national issues: as the Executive Director of Environmental Action, the national environmental organization that worked with grassroots groups to organize the first earth day; Director of the District of Columbia’s Low Income Weatherization and Housing Repair Program; Director of Membership, Publications and Development for the National Immigration Forum and organizer of a number of coalitions promoting energy efficiency, equity, education and employment.
"Margaret has been a resident of Prince George’s County, the home of the University of Maryland, for a dozen years. She is a founder of Hyattsville Organized for a Positive Environment (HOPE) and a member of the Executive Committee member of Sol & Soul, a D.C. area artist, youth and activist collaborative. Margaret earned her Master’s degree in African Studies and Education from Columbia University, and a second MA in Psychology from the New School for Social Research where she has also completed all course work for the Ph.D." 
- "Biography", The Democracy Collaborative, Accessed November 2006.