Brandon Morgan, MS, is a youth worker with backgrounds in both education and public health. Before working with the LEAH Project, Brandon spent time as a nutrition and health instructor at a Boston Public School through the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship. He also spent time teaching English Language Learners and managed programming pertaining to international underserved communities in the Greater Boston area. Brandon earned a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University in Human Biology, Health, and Society and a Master of Science in Food Policy and Applied Nutrition from Tufts University. When he's not working with LEAH, Brandon enjoys reading, writing, and rock climbing.