About Marcia K. Morgan
Marcia K. Morgan, Ph.D., brings a wealth of experience helping women be empowered and have a voice. Drawing on more than forty years as a international consultant, researcher, trainer and author on gender, crime and sexual assault, her latest books continue with that thread of empowerment but from a different angle. This sought-after speaker tackles the casualties of women's dreams and how to recapture them in "GO! How to Get Going and Achieve Your Goals and Dreams at Any Age", and does a deep dive into the social/historical reasons why women in the US delete their names when they marry in "Should I Change My Name? The Impact of Your Last Name on Identity, Marriage, and Happiness."
In 1976, Dr. Morgan and a colleague developed the ground-breaking, anatomically-correct dolls now used around the world to interview victims of child sexual abuse. Early on, Marcia made her mark heading up one of the first all-female rape investigation programs in the United States. Her related books for professionals and children are highly regarded by national and international organizations.
As the Executive Director of Migima, LLC, since 1980, she oversees an innovative firm that provides consulting services in criminal justice and social issues. Marcia, her husband, and yellow lab live in Bend, Oregon.
Other books by this author:
- My Feelings
- How to Interview Sexual Abuse Victims
- Interviewing Sexual Abuse Victims Using Anatomical Dolls
Should I Change My Name? The Impact of Your Last Name on Identity, Marriage, and Happiness (now available in audiobook, ebook and paperback)