Synthesizing design, storytelling and organizational change management, Morgan helps clients imagine new possibilities, break out of traditional problem-solving paradigms and develop creative approaches to their most pressing business challenges.
Most recently, Morgan worked with Johnson & Johnson to reframe the company’s long-term growth strategy into a compelling narrative. This work became the cornerstone for the company’s ongoing efforts to drive cross-sector innovation, develop leaders and foster engagement in a new R&D model.
She has served as the change communications director for a number of clients’ business transformation efforts including BASF’s acquisition of Engelhard Corporation, United Airline’s Chapter 11 restructuring, Edison International’s cultural transformation, and Baxter Healthcare’s redesign of its North American supply chain operations.
Over the past 15 years, Morgan has worked in a number of industries with clients such as Air Products, American Standard, Dairy Management, Deloitte Consulting, Hartford, ITT, Lundbeck, Navistar, Northwestern Mutual, Johnson & Johnson, McDonald’s, Rockwell Automation, Seyfarth Shaw, Textron, Walgreens, Weyerhaeuser and Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company.
She is a graduate of the Arthur W. Page Society inaugural Future Leaders program and was named to PRWeek’s “40 Under 40” list in 2010. Currently, Morgan is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Media Design Practices at Art Center College of Design, a program that emphasizes new media technology and community engagement through co-creative models. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts from Sarah Lawrence College and attended Wadham College, Oxford University, U.K.