Andrew Morrison is Chief Operating Officer of Mentoring in Medicine (MIM). As one of Mentoring in Medicine’s original visionaries, he has utilized his 25+ years of award-winning marketing skills to assist the organization with strategic planning, fund development, outreach and new programs.
He is credited with creating, “Morgan’s Big Biology Test” – a hip-hop science stage play, the virtual summer science camp and planning MIM Day – a mentoring event in several cities on the same day. In addition he has spearheaded MIM’s efforts in Montana with the Crow Indians, and in Anchorage with the Alaskan Native Americans.
Mr. Morrison is an accomplished entrepreneur who has built several million dollar revenue businesses in the areas of direct marketing, design and training. He is the founder of Small Business Camp, an entrepreneurial training and marketing services firm that provides high-impact strategies for entrepreneurs, executives and non-profit leaders. In this capacity, Mr. Morrison has trained hundreds of individuals from Hawaii to Nigeria.
He has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show and was featured in the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Entrepreneur Magazine, Crain’s Magazine and The Network Journal 40 Under 40. Mr. Morrison received a B.S. (Electrical Engineering) from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
MIM ignites an interest in the health professions among students. The organization also helps prepare students to become competitive applicants to—and graduates from—schools in medicine, nursing, and other health professions.
This medical mentoring program … is opening new windows of career possibilities for disadvantaged minority youth and helping to increase diversity in health care and science careers. See www.medicalmentor.org