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Morgan Cihak manages the Council’s Work to Zero initiative.
Supported by a grant from the McElhattan Foundation, Work to Zero aims to make workplace deaths a thing of the past. Using decades of insight, data and an unparalleled network of safety leaders, it will identify the most promising technological innovations for eliminating workplace fatalities. In short, Work to Zero will serve as a hub of digital transformation in safety.
Morgan previously was program manager for teen injury prevention at NSC, focusing on car crashes and substance abuse, the leading causes of teen fatalities.
Prior to joining NSC, Morgan worked at the Illinois Department of Human Services through a Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration grant. In this role she helped manage coalitions and nonprofits across the state with substance use prevention efforts for teens in their communities. Previously, she provided direct substance use prevention services to teens in Kalamazoo, Michigan, at Prevention Works, a local nonprofit.
Morgan holds a bachelor’s degree in community health education and minors in both psychology and speech pathology from Western Michigan University. She is also a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician.
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