Morgan Krhin

2017-2019 Cohort

Morgan Krhin received her MPH in Health Behavior Health Promotion from the University of Arizona Mel and Enid College of Public Health and her Bachelor's degree in Spanish with a concentration in Biology from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. Her professional and research interests include increasing access to health care resources specifically among Latino and immigrant communities, Community Health Worker workforce development, and addressing environmental and occupational health injustices. Prior to graduate school, Morgan worked as a Mobile Clinic Outreach Coordinator for Family Health La Clinica in Wautoma, Wisconsin where she worked collaboratively to provide free health services to migrant workers across the state of Wisconsin. Additionally, Morgan participated in a longitudinal research project at Wake Forest School of Medicine in Wiston-Salem, North Carolina assessing the impact of Organophosphate pesticide exposure on cognitive development among Latino migrant farmworkers. Morgan will complete her fellowship in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she will be placed with United Voices working to strengthen community workforces and increase health care accessibility at the city and state level and also with the Milwaukee Health Department supporting infectious disease epidemiology efforts. Preceptors: Sherri Ohly & Marisa Stanley