Dr. Nicholas Morgan
Chairman of the Advisory Board
Chris has several years of varied working experience in the logistics industry, agribusiness, and research and business strategy consulting for SMEs in Nigeria. He is presently a practicing nurse in Houston; and an active volunteer for the Sickle Cell Foundation of Texas.
He obtained a Bachelors in History from the University of Abuja and attended the Nigeria Defence Academy Post-Graduate School for a Masters in Development Studies. A Rotarian since 2006, Chris has been involved in numerous health-related community service projects-especially on Polio eradication, and is a member of The Rotary Foundation Technical Cadre Advisers on Economic and Community Development grants.
Dr. Nicholas Morgan is the founder of The Center for Integrative Wellness located in Lansing, Michigan. Dr. Morgan was born and raised in Flint, Michigan where he was active in both his school and the community. He attended Cornell University for a year before transferring to Albion College. He graduated with a BA in Psychology with honors in Anthropology and Sociology and a minor in Chemistry. After working with substance abusers and adults who suffered from severe and persistent mental illness, he returned to school.
Dr. Morgan graduated Magna Cum Laude from National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Illinois with a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Morgan’s medical interests include environmental medicine, autoimmune disease prevention, methylation polymorphisms, mental illness, metabolic medicine, nutritional biochemistry, mitochondrial dysfunction, and functional medicine. He completed two years of rheumatology training before establishing The Center for Integrative Wellness.
The Center provides affordable naturopathic consultations to traditionally underserved populations. The Center will also works in collaboration with Arthritis Care PC and other physicians in the community to maintain a naturopathic rheumatology residency in the Greater Lansing. Dr. Morgan also researches for the Institute of Functional Medicine and lectures as an adjunct faculty for Great Lakes Christian College where he teaches the biological foundations of nutrition course.
In addition to owning a practice and working in education Dr. Morgan continues to work in his community. He volunteers as a track & field consultant at Albion College. Dr. Morgan currently serves as the school board president for Genesee STEM Academy, a K-8th grade charter school in Flint, Michigan. He also is a member of the board of directors of The Third Circle, a non-profit group that used community gardening to teach families and youths about the benefits of eating a plant based diet.
For fun Dr. Morgan lectures in the community and takes random classes to stay active. In the last couple of years he has learned to golf (not very well), cross country ski, kick box, and figure skate. Currently he is contemplating coming out of retirement to run the 110 meter high hurdles.