Krystyna Morgan, MPH
Director at WHSC Office of Well-Being - Emory University & Healthcare
Krystyna R. Morgan, MPH serves as Director of the WHSC Office of Well-Being (EmWELL) at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. The focus of the office is to lead the design, direction and implementation of well-being programs that address the current environmental stressors among clinicians, health professionals, faculty and staff in clinical, research and academic health sciences areas. The goals of the office include facilitating system-wide changes that enable team members to effectively practice in a culture that prioritizes and promotes wellness and professional fulfillment while optimizing the function of Emory’s health system and establishing a robust well-being research foundation.
Before EmWELL, Morgan engaged in other innovative efforts, such as co-founding Emory Lifestyle Medicine & Wellness, helping develop and implement the inaugural Emory Healthy Kitchen Collaborative and securing its three consecutive grants, and launching and producing The Whole Health Cure podcast for over 50,000 listeners.
Morgan earned her Summa Cum Laude Masters in Public Health degree at the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta after completing a Summa Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in International Business at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. She is a Certified Health and Wellbeing coach, has completed certifications in Plant Based Nutrition through T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies, as a Complete Health Improvement Program Facilitator and as a Diabetes Prevention Program Coach. She received the 2019 Donald A. Pegg Student Leadership Award from American College of Lifestyle Medicine in honor of the establishment of the Emory Lifestyle Medicine Interest Group and her ongoing efforts to increase recognition of lifestyle medicine at the university and its affiliated healthcare institutions.