Gaylon Morris


Gaylon Morris has been developing and advancing policy solutions through strategic partnerships and alliances in the public and private sectors for over twenty-five years.

In 2010, Gaylon launched MorSolutions, a public affairs firm based in Washington, DC, specializing in advocacy and alliance development.During this time, he also served as a senior policy and advocacy advisor to The Conafay Group, focused primarily on alliance development. Prior to these roles, Gaylon set the advocacy agenda for a major research-based pharmaceutical company and helped forge strategic alliances around key patient education and health policy initiatives with major national and international health policy associations, professional societies, and patient advocacy groups. He started his career at theUS Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),where he worked invarious public policy and public health positions, with his final role serving as a senior advisor to the CDC Director on policy and communication strategy.

Gaylon became a member of the Phi Delta Theta at Southwestern University, theTexas Gamma Chapter, where he earned a bachelor’s of business administration in economics. He also has a master’s in public affairs from the University of Texas at Austin, and a master of arts in literature from Georgia State University.

Gaylon lives with his husband, Rick, in Lemoyne, Pennsylvania.

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