Winthrop Morgan, M.P.H


 Win has been developing and implementing public health communication programs since 1989.  He can assist clients to analyze their health communication and marketing needs, assess their options, and articulate a plan of action for improving health through communication and marketing.  He has directed and managed health communication projects in more than 10 countries.  He represents clients such as the World Health Organization and the Swiss Tropical Institute in meetings and conferences worldwide. Win provides competency-based training to small groups and conducts presentations in front of large groups. He has a demonstrated track record of excellence in client service, strong communication and management skills, and proven writing and editing experience.  Throughout his career, he has consistently developed and implemented cost-effective solutions that stay within project budgets.


 M.P.H., International Health, Johns Hopkins University

B.A. cum laude, Cultural Anthropology (Hons.), Connecticut College


 2005-present             Independent Consultant – Public Health

Clients include:  World Health Organization, Swiss Tropical Institute, JSI, Academy Health, USAID, ECDC, and more.

2001-2005                   Marketing Director, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Health Information Project (American Institutes for Research)

1998-2001                   Senior Associate, Health Communication, Prospect Associates

1996-1998                   Manager, Entrepreneur Development Fund (Bangladesh)

1995-1996                   Communication Director,  Zambia Family Planning Project, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (JHUCCP)

1992-1995                   Communication Director, Ghana, JHUCCP

1989-1992                   Senior Program Officer, Africa / Program Officer, Near East, JHUCCP

1988-1989                   Teaching Assistant/ Research Assistant, International Health Communication, Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health

1987-1988                   Technical Expert, Planning and Evaluation, US Peace Corps Washington, DC

1987                            Community Mobilization Adviser, Liberia (Medex Group)

1985-1986                   Supervision, Training and Community Mobilization Manager, Southeast Region Primary Health Care Project, Liberia (US Peace Corps)

1983–1985                  Researcher, Trend Analyst, Naisbitt Group, Washington, DC


  • President and Founder of the International Social Marketing Association, the pioneer global professional organization for communication and marketing for social development programs.


  • Editor: Healthy Plan-it:  how to plan public health interventions  in a developing country (Centers for Disease Control)
  • Co-Author: A Field Guide on How to Develop a Health Communication Strategy (Johns Hopkins/ Center for Communication Programs)


  • English (Native), French