Salt Lake City, UT
Morgan Wilson is experienced in the development and provision of health education for various populations including public health, health and wellness, and violence prevention. As a research associate for Leavitt Partners, an HMA Company, she conducts primary and secondary research on matters of interest to the company, including health strategy assessments, program implementations, and state bill analysis.
Prior to joining Leavitt Partners, Morgan was a project specialist at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. In this role, she supported and led evaluation efforts and statewide capacity building for evidence-based health promotion programs and sustained statewide partnerships. She assisted with state and local level coalitions on fall and social isolation prevention as a steering committee and executive committee member. She managed portions of a five-year Statewide Fall Prevention Strategic Action Plan and supported the creation of grant proposals, value propositions, and complete data analysis via statistical software.
As a graduate assistant with the University of North Carolina Greensboro Project, Morgan worked under a federally funded grant project by the Federal Governor’s Crime Commission (GCC) to increase the capacity to identify victims of human trafficking in traditionally underserved regions. She developed capacity assessments and performance measurement tools including surveys and data analysis and managed the operations budget. She also supported the development of a public health strategic framework to increase community engagement and capacity for diverse populations.
Morgan earned a Master of Public Health degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a Bachelor of Science degree in human services from Utah State University. She is a certified health education specialist.