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Program Manager, Financial Empowe...

Local Address: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
City of Philadelphia

Employment History


  • Master , Sustainable Development
    SIT Graduate Institute
  • Bachelor , History
    Georgetown University
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Web References
Our Staff | Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, 14 Nov 2012 [cached]
Carey Morgan, Executive Director 215-430-0555 ext. 100, Carey Morgan has served as Executive Director of the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger since 2007. Over the past decade, the Coalition has helped more than 50,000 families in Southeastern Pennsylvania enroll in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and other public benefits and provided resources to more than 100 food pantries in the region. As a recognized advocate on SNAP and hunger-related issues, Ms. Morgan has been featured in multiple national and international media outlets, including BBC World News, Fox Business News, NPR and Politico.
Prior to joining the Coalition Against Hunger, Ms. Morgan served as Special Assistant to the Interim CEO at the American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter, coordinating local responses to disasters like Hurricane Katrina and the Indonesian Tsunami. She has six years of experience in the financial sector, working as a Strategic Partnership Consultant for a leading investment firm based in Atlanta. Her passion for justice and poverty alleviation inspired her to translate her business knowledge into efficient and effective outcomes in the nonprofit sector.
PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER: Phila. food and shelter needs rose sharply in last year | Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, 22 Dec 2012 [cached]
Gov. Corbett's decision to cut General Assistance benefits also accounts for the increased need in emergency food, said Carey Morgan, executive director of the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger.
"Any time a public benefit like General Assistance is cut, you see the impact by people needing more emergency food," Morgan said.
Things are not expected to improve for residents in need of food, shelter, or both, Morgan said.
"Congress is considering cutting food stamps," she said.
PUBLIC NEWS SERVICE: More Pennsylvanians Having Trouble Answering the Dinner Bell | Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, 1 Dec 2012 [cached]
Carey Morgan, executive director of the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, says that kind of increase points to a systemic problem. She says it will never be solved as long as food stamps, now known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, is targeted for cuts in Congress.
"You can't make budget decisions on the backs of the poor. You have to take into account that these are human lives, that people need to eat, and they can't wait for the budget crisis to be solved in order to do that."
The report points out that food pantries and emergency kitchens across the city had to turn people away or reduce the amount of food each person received. Morgan says polling data released by the Food Research and Action Center earlier this year shows that 75 percent of Americans think that cutting SNAP is the wrong way to reduce government spending.
Morgan says, as it stands, SNAP benefits only last about three weeks per month for most recipients. That alone, she adds, is an argument against reductions in funding.
"As we see more programs and public benefits getting cut, the force of that is being thrust on the emergency food programs."
Morgan says with donations to those programs down considerably, they're not equipped to feed people for extended periods at a time.
She contends the key to reducing hunger is a re-dedication of resources.
PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER: Costs without government assistance are rising | Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, 16 Oct 2012 [cached]
"We're not talking about the homeless, but folks who were in a good position before the recession and are now struggling to stay afloat," said Carey Morgan, executive director of the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, who uses the report in her work.
Policy News | Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger [cached]
(July 29, 2012) The Morning Show with Bill Anderson interviews Coalition Director Carey Morgan about free summer meals for kids in Philadelphia and other programs that can help families make ends meet.
(February 2, 2012) "An asset test is a complete waste of Pennsylvania taxpayers' money at a time when our state can't afford to squander any of its resources," said Coalition Director Carey Morgan.
(September 14, 2011) "Ultimately, we need policies that invest in Americans rather than depleting it of jobs, and education, and resources," said Coalition Director Carey Morgan.
Families use these to meet their basic needs," says Coalition Executive Director Carey Morgan. "It's so much easier to fall into poverty than it is to get out." INQUIRER: Criticism for cuts to programs that help people get off welfare (July 4, 2011) Advocates react to the Corbett administration's controversial last-minute measure that shifts control of welfare funding from the legislature to his administration. WHYY: Newsworks Tonight (June 30, 2011) Coalition Executive Director Carey Morgan talks with WHYY's Dave Heller about the impact of the state budget on the livelihoods of Pennsylvania's neediest residents.
(June 28, 2011) "It's stunningly terrible," said Carey Morgan, Coalition Executive Director.
(June 23, 2011) "Hunger keeps kids from reaching their full potential," said Carey Morgan, the Coalition's Executive Director.
WMMR: Coalition Director Carey Morgan (March 31, 2011) Public Affairs host Markus Goldman talks with Morgan about the April 9th Walk+Run Against Hunger, the growing need in in our community and how we can all make a difference in the fight against hunger.
COMCAST NEWSMAKERS: Interview with Coalition Executive Director Carey Morgan
(March 3, 2011) With so many people still struggling after the recession, Coalition Executive Director Carey Morgan reminds lawmakers to protect vital programs that help families put food on their tables.
(January 19, 2011) "As people continue to lose jobs and fail to find new ones, hunger becomes a central issue in their lives," noted Carey Morgan, executive director of the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger. DELCOTIMES: Editorial: Some Pennsylvanians going hungry in 2011
(November 5, 2010) "It's an unstable system," said Coalition Executive Director Carey Morgan.
(August 11, 2010) Carey Morgan appears on BBC World Business News and Fox Business News to discuss the Senate's decision to slash $14 billion from the food stamp (SNAP) program to fund other priorities. POLITICO: Dems digest food stamp cuts (August 10, 2010) ‎"Hungry kids can't learn and hungry kids get sick. Executive Director, Carey Morgan on cutting food stamp (SNAP) funding to pay for Medicaid and teachers' salaries. Senate Cuts $14B from Food Stamps (August 6, 2010) Benefits slashed to fund Child Nutrition, teachers' salaries and state Medicaid programs. WHYY: Local advocates upset by cuts to food stamp program (August 5, 2010) Executive Director Carey Morgan explains why Americans can't afford a $12 billion cut to food stamps (SNAP).
(February 19, 2010) Coalition Executive Director Carey Morgan responds to an article about the public's perceptions of those living in poverty. NY TIMES: Once Stigmatized, Food Stamps Find Acceptance (February 11, 2010) After a U-turn in the politics of poverty, food stamps, a program once scorned as "welfare," enjoys broad new support. PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER: Philadelphia-area district 2nd hungriest in U.S., study says (January 26, 2010) Pennsylvania's First Congressional District is the second hungriest in the nation. Coalition Executive Director Carey Morgan calls on government officials to enact sound policies to help end hunger. PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER: Poverty in Philadelphia suburbs up nearly 1% (January 20, 2010) Poverty increased nearly 1 percent in Philadelphia's suburbs between 2000 and 2008, partly because of two recessions, according to a report being released by the Brookings Institution. NEW YORK TIMES: Food Stamp Use Soars, Stigma Fades (November 29, 2009) With a record number of Americans now using food stamps, this public nutrition program has become more important and socially accepted than ever. PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER: Letter to the Editor - In America, hunger is still severe problem (November 29, 2009) Executive Director, Carey Morgan, joins with other anti-hunger advocates to address inaccuracies in Charles Lane's response to the USDA's food security report.
(November 18, 2009) Executive Director, Carey Morgan says Americans must tell legislators that food insecurity is a major issue in the community.
(September 17, 2009) Coalition Executive Director Carey Morgan discusses the U.S. Census Bureau's latest data on poverty and what it means for hunger in Philadelphia on Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane.
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