Morgan White sees family medicine as a platform to address healthcare disparities affecting underserved communities, with a particular emphasis on the African-American population. Morgan is from Crystal Lake, IL and earned her undergraduate degree in molecular, cellular, and developmental biology from Yale University. She went on to earn her medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School. While in medical school, Morgan served as president and treasurer of the Black Medical Association. She has committed herself to addressing issues affecting the healthcare needs of the black community and supporting the educational pipeline to train more black doctors. Morgan forms deep relationships with each of her patients, from birth through old age, in sickness and in disease prevention. In medical school, Morgan completed a month-long palliative care rotation, during which she learned how to have important, difficult conversations with her patients about their end-of-life care. For Morgan, medicine is more than just physical conditions and treatments; it is about relationships, values, and creating communities that promote health. Morgan enjoys traveling with friends, including trips to Barbados and Thailand while in medical school. She also enjoys cheering for the Michigan Wolverine football and basketball teams, cooking, and taking scenic walks.