Dr. Morgan Hammer Krapf

Morgan is from Greeneville and a graduate of Greeneville High School. She is the daughter of Teresa Hammer and Dennis Hammer. Morgan earned her degree in chemistry at Emory University.

While at Emory, she was named the organic chemistry “Teaching Assistant of the Year” for her work during her senior year. She became the vice president of Circle K and did numerous volunteer activities through this organization. Morgan completed an internship as a research assistant in the neuroscience department at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.

Morgan graduated from the Drexel University College of Medicine with an M.D. She is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. In her last year of medical school she received the Leadership in Ob/Gyn award and the Community Experience Award. She completed her residency at Drexel University/Hahnemann Hospital in Philadelphia, where she earned the position of chief administrative OB/Gyn resident. She was awarded the medical student teaching award, the intern teaching award and the CREOG Excellency award.

Morgan is a partner with Advocare Burlington County OB/Gyn in New Jersey. She also serves as section chief for Virtua Memorial Hospital. She, her husband Justin, and their children Mackenzie and Hudson reside in Hainesport, New Jersey.

    The Niswonger Foundation was established in 2001 to make a positive and sustainable difference in education in Northeast Tennessee. This dream was envisioned by Scott M. Niswonger, who founded Landair Transport, Inc. and Forward Air Corporation. These companies were the first two Greeneville-based companies to be taken public in the history of Greene County, Tennessee. Jointly, the companies have combined annual revenue of over one-billion-dollars and employ more than 5000 people.


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