Dominique Morgan, MPH has decades of experience and a passion for transforming health outcomes for under-resourced populations. As the new chief operating officer, she oversees Health Leads programs, initiatives, and operational support functions including finance, people and culture.
Prior to joining Health Leads, Dominique was the market president for VillageMD of Michigan and founder of Morgan Solomon Consulting, a healthcare consulting practice, focused on population health and value-based care solutions. She also served as chief operating officer of Steward Medical Group and vice president of population health for Steward Health Care and was with Kaiser Permanente in Northern California for eight years leading Northern California complex needs populations portfolio and women’s health.
As a national speaker on accountable care organizations (ACOs), Medicaid expansion, community collaboration, patient/consumer engagement and the importance of health technology, Dominique frequently draws on her experience to assist other care delivery systems across the country, helping develop and enhance their care management and population health efforts.
Dominique currently serves on the National Board of Peer Health Education and Franciscan’s Children’s Hospital in Boston.
Dominique received bachelor of arts degrees from Cornell University in biology and political science, and a master of public health in health policy from the University of Michigan. She is also a member of the American College of Healthcare Executive (ACHE), National Association of Health Service Executives (NAHSE), and American Public Health Association (APHA). Dominique resides in Detroit, Michigan with her two teenage children.