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Brooke Morgan

Brooke Morgan


HPV Cancer Prevention Program


MS - Strayer University
BS - Middle Tennessee State University

Brooklyn Morgan is a Program Coordinator for the HPV Cancer Prevention Program at St. Jude, a community outreach program which aims to reduce human papillomavirus (HPV)-associated cancer deaths locally and nationally by increasing HPV vaccination rates. 

Morgan joined St. Jude in 2012. Her career has focused on leading community outreach efforts by partnering with community-based organizations, government agencies and private providers to assist with the development and implementation of structural changes within healthcare programs. Before joining the HPV Cancer Prevention Program, she coordinated the HIV-Linkage to Care program, where she supported access to age-appropriate health care for marginalized communities by addressing barriers to care.

"I like that St. Jude is a learning institution that uses every opportunity to enhance its employees professionally and personally," says Morgan. "We have access to a massive number of trainings and tutorials which allows us to continue to provide the best ideas and conceptualize new ways to improve upon what already exists within our department and the entire St. Jude organization."

Morgan holds a bachelor’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University and a master's degree from Strayer University.