Morgan L. Clark, RN
Morgan Clark is a senior Nursing student at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. She has a passion for maternal and child health and intends to pursue a career in this field after graduation. She is the founder and president of Make A Change, a nonprofit organization in Wilmington which strives to provide resources such as diapers to underprivileged women in the community.
Morgan worked as an intern at the Curamericas Guatemala project site for 2 months during the summer of 2016. She worked to review the register of complications that had occurred over time at the health clinics, update the records, and complete an analysis to help the staff learn how they can continue to improve the health care they provide.
She returned to Guatemala in March of 2017 with her nonprofit group Make A Change to implement a sustainable diapering initiative with the project site. This aims to provide all mothers in the region with reusable diapers for their infants.
Morgan believes that the passion Curamericas has for helping mothers and children along with their Community-Based, Impact-Oriented approach, has and will continue to impact the lives of many all around the world.
Morgan holds an undergraduate degree in Spanish Language from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, and will graduate from their Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in May of 2018.