A Philadelphia native, Morgan DeNicola is the Humanitarian Program Manager for the Cosmo DeNicola Companies (CDC) based out of Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. CDC is a portfolio of businesses ranging from Technology, Healthcare, Publishing, Professional Football, to Hollywood Talent Management. Morgan’s role within Cosmo Cares incorporates their three passions of World Health, Humanitarian Recognition, and Cultural Diplomacy. She feels it is important to do good while recognizing those who are equally committed.
Prior to being named an Associate Board Member at the Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI), Morgan has been active in Congressional Delegations to the United Nations. Her time there led to trips to Beijing China, in August of 2017, for the Taihe Global Civilization Forum and to Malawi, in February of 2017, where she visited the Amitofo Care Centre (ACC), alongside other HDI board members. It was there, after observing an unfounded level of poverty, she initiated fundraising for The Cosmo Cares Mobile Healthcare Van. This van is being donated to the ACC and will service medical care needs in remote villages of Lesotho, Africa.
Morgan has been a team member of the Steinberg DeNicola Humanitarian Awards organization, which recognizes members of the NFL for charitable work they perform in their communities. She is also active in the dissemination of the CDC Scientific Scholarship at the annual American Thoracic Society Conference, which recognizes the international medical community’s contributions to science in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Other causes Morgan commits time to include: The Ronald McDonald House, Big Brothers Big Sisters, local holiday food/toy drives, and the Romero House in Philadelphia, which takes in refugee minors.
Morgan has a BS degree in Elementary Education from Long Island University CW Post and is an active Board member of the Elmwood Zoo, located in Norristown, Pennsylvania. The Zoo is dedicated to providing the community with varied learning experiences that encourage people to play an active role in wildlife and environmental conservation activities.