Cameron Morgan (they/them, she/her) works at the intersection of design and people-centered solutions through multiple disciplines - design strategy, visual storytelling, and graphic design. Cam joined the i-team after three years with Johns Hopkins Center for Data Science in Emergency Medicine, where they developed a dashboard for emergency physicians to follow patient care after discharge. Prior work also includes co-designing community outreach with the Health Department’s HIV and STI’s Social Innovation Team; designing program improvements for a Baltimore City home-healthcare initiative; supporting the visual identity of Mother Goose on the Loose, a multi-modal literacy program for parents and kids; and art directing the visual identity and digital usability of an anti-racism curriculum for medical trainers and trainees.
Cameron holds a BA from UT Chattanooga in Communications and English: Professional Writing and Rhetoric and an MA in Social Design from MICA. Cam enjoys finding natural water holes, gardening, and the antics of her two cats, Olive and Pickle.