- provide non-technical experiential, interactive educational programming that unifies and motivates, transforms thinking, generates ideas and fosters independent learning.
- present a diversified and multi-talented group of individuals with wide-ranging interests, expertise, backgrounds and specialties to focus on your organization.
"Edutainment' is defined as entertainment that is intended to be educational. Our approach is to develop education that is intended to be entertainment. Learning can be fun, enjoyable, and enhance the quality of life….”
We are an assorted network of educators, subject matter experts, graduate students and others who share a philosophy of joy in discovery and growth....an understanding of human nature as related to the learning process....and a sense of humor....
"ANCORA IMPARO" (I am still learning) - Michelangelo
An accomplished actress, musician and BMI-affiliated songwriter, C.J. has appeared on stage, in television and films and makes it a point to incorporate 'show business techniques' and fun into the presentations and workshops offered. She specializes in improvisational techniques and incorporating the philosophy of improv into other aspects of life. Her popular award-winning improv workshops have opened doors for participants in ways they could not have imagined.
Already published in journals and trade magazines, in 2009, Ms. Morgan was awarded a grant from the Ella Lyman Cabot Trust to publish a memoir (See www.tnroselady.com). In 2018, she and her husband published 'Daily Doubles - Celebrity Impersonators,' an insider's look at the business of tribute artists and impersonators. She is currently working on another book as well as continually writing music.
Well known for her imaginative, interactive methods and engaging personality, C.J. works with a national network of friends and professional associates to serve the needs of clients and draws from her contacts within the entertainment industry for other projects.
She has worked in the field of education, was public relations director for a national retail franchise and served as corporate trainer for one of the largest medical facilities in the Intermountain West. From 2001 to 2006, she was a driving force behind the innovative UAW-Ford Family Service and Learning Center where she wrote, directed and produced a well-received, full-length, documentary film defining the history and corporate culture of the Ford Motor Company workforce.
C.J. Morgan has been a featured speaker focusing on risk and change, often relating it to her very personal story involving recovery from a brain injury. She has also spoken about creativity, organizational culture, program development, and other issues affecting individuals and organizations.
Ms. Morgan has an undergraduate degree in Communication with heavy minors in Theater and Film from the University of Utah where she interned with the Sundance Film Festival.
She received her Masters in Educational Psychology from the University of Tennessee where she was awarded the American Business Women’s Scholarship in 1993.