Health IT executive Jenny G. Morgan to give keynote address at Carey Business School graduation ceremony
Jenny G. Morgan, a leader in the business of health who spent more than 30 years growing and scaling health information technology IT companies before retiring as president and CEO of Bridgeway Benefit Technologies, LLC, will be the featured speaker at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s graduation ceremony, Tuesday, May 23.
Morgan’s highly successful career gives graduating students a chance to hear from a woman well-versed in C-suite leadership, private equity, health care tech, and more. Today, she continues to be involved with Bridgeway Benefit Technologies, LLC as board chair.
In her first CEO role, Morgan grew the Baltimore-based ViPS, Inc. into one of the largest health care IT companies in the region, tripling its revenue and selling the company to WebMD in 2004. She then became executive vice president for payer services at WebMD. She was later principal at the Baltimore-based private equity firm Sterling Partners, serving on boards for multiple health care portfolio companies. Her next role as CEO of basys, Inc. oversaw the benefits administration enterprise technology software company’s transformation. There, she significantly grew revenue and recapitalized the business twice.
“We are delighted to welcome Jenny Morgan, a proven leader in the business of health, as our keynote speaker,” said Alex Triantis, dean of Carey Business School. “She is a distinguished alumna who is deeply committed to our school. She is also very passionate about supporting the advancement of women in leadership and building socially responsible businesses.”
Morgan holds a Master of Administrative Sciences from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Brandeis University.
In addition to Morgan’s keynote address, MBA candidate Jon Ilani and Design Thinking MA/MBA candidate Heather Laiter will speak on behalf of the Class of 2023. Members of the Carey community nominated these students.
The graduation ceremony will be at the Joseph A. Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.