Sarah Morgan

Healthcare Geek.
Professional Communicator.

About Sarah

Before I answer any questions, thank you. For reading. So much. I can’t help writing – but you reading it is a thrill.

Who am I? The short version, work edition.
I am a writer: a marketer and a communicator. I’ve done everything from public relations to social-media punditry to employee communications to ghostwriting. Always in healthcare. For my current CV, see LinkedInSee also Blog 101 (2005), Twitter: The Primer (series, 2008), Going Tribal (2010) and The Matt Hall Questions (series, 2010).

Who am I? The short version, non-work edition. Bubbly introvert. Reformed nomad. Surprise athlete. Compulsive organizer. Bookworm. Traveler. Baker. Artist. Blessed. See also Ten Things (2006), Desperate for Content… (2007), Stripping, Science and Other Fallback Careers (2008), Facebook to Blog to New York Times (2009), I Love Geeks (2010), Depression: Nothing to Get Depressed About (2011), Get to Know Your Blogger (2014), The Proust Questionnaire (2014) and Top Tens of 2014 (2014). And yes, in 2013 I was diagnosed with tall-cell papillary thyroid cancer (for that, search for “Interesting Times” posts).

What’s with “Mistaken Identity”? I get email for other people named Sarah Morgan. A lot of email. I could get annoyed, I could try to find a live person at Google, or I could mine it for content. I tried the first two. The third is more fun.

You know some of the words you use aren’t real, right? I make up words. You should too.

So what do you do? Let’s go third-person with my bio:

Sarah Morgan has been a writer in, with and for the top healthcare companies in the world since 1997. Her previous positions include managing global compliance communications for Merck, serving as Director of Client Services for MCS Healthcare Public Relations, and managing employee communications for Janssen Pharmaceutica.

Her master’s thesis, on how social media is changing language, was conducted under noted media ecologist Dr. Paul Levinson at Fordham University‘s School of Public Communications. She has lectured to professional and academic audiences about social media and its implications for the healthcare industry, as well as on the craft of writing, and has taught social media at the collegiate level.

Sarah specializes in health communications strategy and content creation. Sarah blogs at; tweets at; and appears professionally at , informally at, and in real life in glorious New Jersey.