Morgan-Cooper Named to The Arc Baltimore Board

Pediatrician Alicia Morgan-Cooper, MD, has been elected to the Board of Directors of The Arc Baltimore.

One of the nation’s largest and most respected organizations of its kind, The Arc Baltimore supports more than 6,000 adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

“Alicia’s work in pediatrics, her volunteer experience with organizations such as the Disability Rights Maryland, and her community service make her an invaluable addition to our Board of Directors,” says The Arc Baltimore’s Executive Director, Kathleen Durkin. “Alicia has a unique understanding of many challenges being faced by those individuals whom The Arc supports, making her a vital resource to our Board and our entire organization.”

Morgan-Cooper is a graduate of American University and the Pennsylvania State College of Medicine, where she earned a Dean’s Academic Scholarship. She did her residency at Baltimore Sinai Hospital before embarking on a solo career as a private pediatrician at Village Pediatrics in 2005.

In addition to her professional work, Morgan-Cooper serves on the Board of the Institute of Notre Dame. She also volunteers with the Madison Buccaneers Youth Basketball Organization and the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and teaches at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church Sunday School.

The Homeland resident previously served on the Disability Rights Maryland Board and the Maryland Pharmaceutical and Therapeutics Committee.

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3 Responses to “Morgan-Cooper Named to The Arc Baltimore Board”

  1. Danita Neal

    She was a great doctor that took of my kids from birth to young adult. I am happy that such a great person is working with you organization.

  2. Mary bennett

    Why in the world are u pushing these kids out of a place that they have known all their life. To many changes to quick for these kids. Yes my brother has been with the Arc Of Baltimore for many years n he keeps asking me why do they wanna get rid of us. What am I suppose to tell him.


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