Morgan DeLuce

Morgan is driven by a passion for health equity, human-centered design, and trust-based philanthropy. She has over seven years of experience working with nonprofits to improve access to healthcare and education for vulnerable populations. Prior to joining Camber, she led fundraising and operations for OASIS (Organizing to Advance Solutions in the Sahel) as well as managed the organization’s reproductive health medicines research portfolio. Prior to that, she worked in Kenya to improve children’s education access and career success with the organization Flying Kites.

Morgan received her Master of Public Health in Health and Social Behavior from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where she concentrated in Maternal and Child Health. Morgan also holds a Bachelor degree in Sociology from Boston College. In her free time, Morgan loves to practice yoga, experiment in the kitchen, and explore California’s many beautiful state parks.

Posts by Morgan DeLuce

A Macroeconomic Barrier: US Mental Health Workforce Shortages

Despite the fact that the U.S. spends approximately 18% of GDP on healthcare—almost twice as much as the average Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) country—our healthcare system is riddled with problems, from widespread inequities to poor outcomes to barriers to care. First in a three-part series.
By: Kim Langenhahn, Morgan DeLuce