Jenny Morgan, Carey '86

Chairman of the Board and retired President and CEO,
Bridgeway Benefit Technologies LLC

Jenny G. Morgan is an accomplished executive with more than 30-years’ experience building successful, growth-oriented technology companies. Morgan is board chair of Bridgeway Benefit Technologies LLC, which formed in 2022 after the merger of the two leading software companies in the marketplace. Recently, she retired as president and CEO of Bridgeway.

Morgan spent much of her career as an entrepreneur growing and scaling health care IT companies based in Baltimore. In her first CEO role, she grew the Baltimore-based health care IT company, VIPS, Inc. into one of the largest in the region during her 20-year tenure. The company’s revenue tripled and led its successful sale in 2004 to Web MD (now Change Healthcare), leading to her promotion a year later to executive vice president for payer services at WebMD. Following her role there, she worked for a Baltimore-based private equity firm, Sterling Partners, where she served as principal serving on the board of directors of multiple health care portfolio companies advising their CEOs on growth strategies. Morgan joined basys, inc., a local software company, providing enterprise technology solutions for enabling benefit administration.  For 13 years, she led the company at CEO/owner through a significant transformation to a SAAS business, which enabled the company to significantly grow its revenue and successfully recapitalize the business twice.

Morgan holds a Master of Administrative Sciences from Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Brandeis University. In 2005 she was named Ernst & Young Maryland Entrepreneur of the Year® and, from 2001 to 2003, was recognized in the Deloitte & Touche Technology Fast 50™ as CEO of one of Maryland’s 50 fastest-growing tech companies.

Morgan also served on the board of the Baltimore branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond for six years and was its chair from 2012 to 2014.  Additionally, Morgan served on several private and public company boards, and she is a member of Dean’s Advisory Council for Carey Business School.

A key passion for Morgan includes paying forward by encouraging, in all aspects, the role of women in leadership which she believes will help drive building socially responsible businesses that make the world a better place.