Sarah Morgan

Healthcare Geek.
Professional Communicator.

About Sarah

I create behavior-changing content about health. I make executives sound as brilliant as they would themselves if they had more time.

I explain complexities effectively. I know a lot and learn fast. With 20 years of experience in corporate, agency and startup environments in pharma, biotech, health tech, and fitness, I understand all seats at the table.

I’ve managed worldwide communications; directed multimillion-dollar campaigns; developed award-winning content; created successful events for hundreds; and taught everyone from the C-suite to undergrads to communicate effectively.

I’m a science communicator. I’m an industry journalist. I’m an executive ghostwriter. I’m an old-school blogger. I was called a social-media “guru” before it was called “social media.” Basically? I write.


Before I answer any questions, thank you. For reading. So much. I can’t help writing – but people reading it never stops being a thrill.

Who am I? The short version, work edition.
I’ve done everything from public relations to social-media education to employee communications. Always writing. Always about health. 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. Mostly reformed nomad. Surprise athlete. Compulsive organizer. Bookworm. Artist. 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).

Any more questions? 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. Prior to her successful independent career, she managed global compliance communications at Merck, served as director of client services at MCS Healthcare Public Relations, and managed employee communications for an affiliate of Johnson & Johnson.

Her master’s thesis, on the globalizing effects of social media on 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 on the craft of writing and the implications of social media for healthcare, and has taught social media at the collegiate level.

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